C.H. Spurgeon Sermon: “Be of Good Cheer”

In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world. (John 16:33) My Lord's words are true as to the tribulation. I have my share of it beyond all doubt. The flail is not hung up out of the way, nor can I hope that it will be laid aside so long as I lie upon…

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Charles Spurgeon’s Message on John 3:16

The love of God is a wonderful thing, especially when we see it set on a lost, ruined, guilty world. What was there in the world that God should love it? There was nothing lovable in it. No fragrant flower grew in that arid desert. Enmity to him, hatred to his truth, disregard of his law, rebellion against his commandments—those were the thorns…

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Looking Backward, Upward, and Forward at Jesus!

Looking Backward, Upward and Forward at Jesus. Reader, remember these three looks at Jesus, backward, upward, forward; and make use of them every day.T he first is the secret of peace of conscience: no peace unless we look backward at the cross of Christ! The second is the secret of real daily strength and comfort in our walk with God: little solid comfort…

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When God does punish sin, we think He’s unjust.

"But our hearts are so desperately wicked and corrupt that rather than receiving God’s mercy with thankfulness and fearful contrition over our sins, instead, we begin to take His grace for granted. Consequently, when God does punish sin, we think He’s unjust. People look at the Old Testament and question the goodness of God. Some have even suggested that we shouldn’t teach the…

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