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Hidden Manna

Filed under: 1871,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 13.07.2008 @ 8:00:27 AM

Hidden Manna

A Sermon

(No. 980)

Delivered on Lord’s-Day Morning, March 12th, 1871, by

C. H. SPURGEON,

At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington

“Thy words were found, and I did eat them; and thy word was unto me the joy and rejoicing of mine heart: for I am called by thy name, O Lord God of hosts,”—Jeremiah 15:16.

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Are You Prepared To Die?

Filed under: 1865,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 12.06.2006 @ 8:00:09 AM

Are You Prepared To Die?

A Sermon

(No. 635)

Delivered by

C. H. SPURGEON,

At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington

“How wilt thou do in the swelling of Jordan?”—Jeremiah 12:5.

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Jehovah Tsidkenu: The Lord Our Righteousness

Filed under: 1861,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 06.04.2006 @ 8:00:26 AM

Jehovah Tsidkenu: The Lord Our Righteousness

A Sermon

(No. 395)

Delivered on Sunday Morning, June 2nd, 1861 by the

Rev. C. H. SPURGEON,

At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington

“This is his name whereby he shall be called, The Lord our Righteousness.—Jeremiah 23:6.

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The Wailing of Risca

Filed under: 1860,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 30.03.2006 @ 8:00:50 AM

The Wailing of Risca

A Sermon

(No. 349)

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, December 9th, 1860, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

At Exeter Hall, Strand.

“Suddenly are my tents spoiled, and my curtains in a moment.”—Jeremiah 4:20.

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A Blast of the Trumpet Against False Peace

Filed under: 1860,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 10.03.2006 @ 8:00:29 AM

A Blast of the Trumpet Against False Peace

A Sermon

(No. 301)

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, February 26th, 1860, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

At Exeter Hall, Strand.

“Peace, peace, when there is no peace.”—Jeremiah 6:14.

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God’s Barriers Against Man’s Sin

Filed under: 1858,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 25.12.2005 @ 8:00:02 AM

God’s Barriers Against Man’s Sin

A Sermon

(No. 220)

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, November 16th, 1858, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

At New Park Street Chapel, Southwark.

BELOVED FRIENDS AND KINDRED IN CHRIST,

The days seem like weeks and the weeks seem like months since I went up to the house of the Lord. My heart and my flesh are crying out for the assembly of the saints. Oh how I long to hear once more the solemn shout of the festal throng who with the voice of joy and praise keep holy day!

I am slowly rallying. My great struggle now is with weakness. I feel as if my frail bark had weathered a heavy storm which has made every timber creak. Do not attribute this illness to my having laboured too hard for my Master. For his dear sake, I would that I may yet be able to labour more. Such toils as might be hardly noticed in the ramp for the service of one’s country, would excite astonishment in the church for the service of our God.

And now, I entreat you for love’s sake to continue in prayer for me. When ye find access to God, remember me. Mind it is not by the words of your mouth, nor yet by the cravings of your heart, but it is by the precious blood of Christ ye must draw nigh to God. And when ye find his sweet presence and are bedewed with his holy anointing, then pour out your souls before him, and make mention of me in your supplications.

Yours to love and serve in the Gospel,

C. H. SPURGEON.

Clapham, Tuesday Evening, 26th October, 1858.

“Fear ye not me? saith the Lord; will ye not tremble at my presence, which have placed the sand for the bound of the sea by a perpetual decree, that it cannot pass it: and though the waves thereof toss themselves, yet can they not prevail; though they roar, yet can they not pass over it? But this people hath a revolting and a rebellious heart; they are revolted and gone.”—Jeremiah 5:22-23.

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What Have I Done?

Filed under: 1857,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 31.10.2005 @ 8:00:38 AM

What Have I Done?

A Sermon

(No. 169)

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, December 27, 1857, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

at the Music Hall, Royal Surrey Gardens.

“What have I done?”—Jeremiah 8:6.

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India’s Ills and England’s Sorrows

Filed under: 1857,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 13.10.2005 @ 8:00:28 AM

India’s Ills and England’s Sorrows

A Sermon

(No. 150)

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, September 6, 1857, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

at the Music Hall, Royal Surrey Gardens.

“Oh that my head were waters, and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people.”—Jeremiah 9:1.

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God in the Covenant

Filed under: 1856,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 17.06.2005 @ 8:00:01 AM

God in the Covenant

A Sermon

No. 93

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, August 3rd, 1856, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

At New Park Street Chapel, Southwark.

“I will be their God.”—Jeremiah 31:33.

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Storming the Battlements

Filed under: 1855,Jeremiah,Spurgeon Sermons,Year - 27.12.2004 @ 8:00:53 AM

Storming the Battlements

A Sermon

(No. 38)

Delivered on Sabbath Morning, September 16, 1855, by the

REV. C.H. SPURGEON

At New Park Street Chapel, Southwark.

“Go ye up upon her walls, and destroy; but make not a full end: take away her battlements; for they are not the Lord’s.”—Jeremiah 5:10.

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