Managing Monday with Charles Spurgeon: Take three

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in Blog | 1 comment

This week we conclude our short series of Spurgeon quotes.

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was known as the “Prince of Preachers, and it’s not hard to understand why when you read through his penetrating sermons. He pastored London’s Metropolitan Tabernacle (formerly the New Park Street Chapel) for 38 years, a megachurch of the time, and indeed, during Spurgeon’s time, the largest congregation in the world.

Ponder these Spurgeon insights…

  • I have learned to kiss the wave that slams me into the rock of ages – C.H.Spurgeon
  • To trust God in the light is nothing, but trust him in the dark – that is faith – C.H.Spurgeon
  • My faith rests not in what I am, or shall be, or feel, or know, but in what Christ is, in what he has done, and in what he is now doing for me – C.H.Spurgeon
  • We are too prone to engrave our trials in marble and write our blessings in sand – C.H.Spurgeon
  • Discernment is not knowing the difference between right and wrong. It is knowing the difference between right and almost right – C.H.Spurgeon

As always, nice chatting…


One Comment

  1. Powerful stuff, Brian. Thanks for sharing.

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