(Famous British Preacher)
C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) was one of the greatest preachers to ever live. By the age of 21 he had become the most popular preacher in London even though he had never attended any theological schools. Known by many as the “Prince of Preachers,” for forty years thousands of people gathered to hear him preach in London’s Metropolitan Tabernacle. It is estimated that he preached to ten million people during his life time. In addition to preaching, Spurgeon wrote many books—the complete collection of his sermons has more than twenty million words, and started many Christian enterprises, including the Stockwell Orphanage which opened in 1867 for boys and 1879 for girls, and a pastor’s college.
Sermons on Prayer
Sermons on Children
Sermons on the Holy Spirit
Interesting Information About Charles Spurgeon
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