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PRE-ORDER C. H. Spurgeon’s Sermons: Revival Years - New Park Street Pulpit 1855-1860 (Spurgeon)

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Reformation Heritage Books
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6 + Index

Expected release date is 1st Sep 2024

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Before preaching to crowds of thousands at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, nineteen-year-old Charles Spurgeon heralded a revival in London at New Park Street Chapel for seven years. In these years, the Holy Spirit moved through Spurgeon’s riveting gospel proclamation to save thousands. Read the powerful sermons from the early years of Spurgeon’s ministry in this beautiful new collection.

Series Description

On a Sunday evening in January 1851, sixteen-year-old Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834–1892) preached his very first sermon in a thatched-roof cottage in Teversham, a small village outside of Cambridge. Over the next 40 years, the man we now know as the “Prince of Preachers” would preach thousands of powerful, Christ-exalting sermons to the people of London. This collection presents Spurgeon’s sermons in 63 volumes, compiled each year between 1855 and1891, from his ministry at the New Park Street Chapel and the Metropolitan Tabernacle. In 63 volumes, you will be reminded of the glory of God, Christ, and the gospel through brilliant expositions filled with Spurgeon’s timeless illustrations and memorable wordplay.

Introductions by Dr. Joel R. Beeke, Dr. Jason K. Allen, and Dr. Geoff Chang 

Contents

REVIVAL YEARS—New Park Street Pulpit: 1855 to 1860 (6 vols.)

Index of 63 Volume set

Series Endorsements

Reformation Heritage’s release of Spurgeon’s Park Street and Metropolitan Tabernacle sermons is nothing short of monumental. In all my study and writing on the gospel, Spurgeon’s sermons are always consulted. . . They have been my friends for over forty years.

— Paul Washer, founder of the Heartcry Missionary Society; author of The Preeminent Christ 

"The most gifted preacher of the English language is the renowned Charles Haddon Spurgeon. The sheer volume and priceless value of his sermons are virtually unequaled. This is why the republication of this 63 volume set of his sermons is an inestimable treasure for any Christian to read and for any preacher to emulate. Trust me, you will want this collection."

—Steven J. Lawson, president, OnePassion Ministries

“When Spurgeon entered the pulpit, the Lion roared. He must be counted among the greats of church history. May the spirit of Spurgeon be yours. May your commitment to preach be stirred anew and your ability to preach strengthened as you read these sermons from the Prince of Preachers himself.”

—Jason K. Allen, president, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

“Inimitable in style and divinely empowered in influence as well as convincingly earnest, serving both to the comfort and maturation of God’s people and to the conviction and conversion of the lost. Few preachers have ever matched Spurgeon’s biblical and earnest passion in preaching to hell-bound unbelievers the glorious truths of God’s free offer of grace to even the greatest of sinners. I am quite indebted.”

—Joel R. Beeke, chancellor, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

“Spurgeon’s sermons are lively, inventive, earnest, warm, and direct. . . These sermons still leap off the page and into the soul, and I am delighted that the whole set is returning to print. These volumes remain a wonderful example of God-glorifying, Christ-exalting, Spirit-filled pulpit ministry, combining the work of evangelist and pastor.”

—Jeremy Walker, presenter of the Through the Eyes of Spurgeon documentary and host of the From the Heart of Spurgeon podcast

"Well over a century since they were first published, the printed sermons of C. H. Spurgeon still enjoy a wide readership today. This beautiful new edition from RHB will help to ensure this remains the case for many years to come. Spurgeon is distinguished as a preacher by his remarkable warmth and tenderness, his simplicity, his earnestness, his compelling mastery of the English language, and his unrelenting commitment to the centrality of Christ in preaching.”

—Alex DiPrima, author of Spurgeon: A Life and Spurgeon and the Poor

Spurgeon’s sermons are a treasure chest of spiritual golden nuggets, rich in doctrinal truth and warm in pastoral application. I have used them in my morning devotions alongside my Bible with much benefit to my soul. I have also used them to stimulate my thoughts for preparing sermons when I felt at a mental dead-end. This set of sermons is a “must” for any pastor or Christian in their walk with God and ministry.”

—Jonathan Holdt, Bethany Baptist Church, South Africa    

"Earnestly evangelistic, decidedly Christ-centered, and thoroughly biblical, Spurgeon's sermons are a worthy pattern for preachers today to follow. While the excellence of his gifts and the scope of his influence are exceptional, the spiritual characteristics which defined Spurgeon's sermons are timeless in relevance and universal in application. In making his sermons accessible for the next generation of preachers across the globe, RHB does the body of Christ great service."
Joseph Mangahas, Pastor of Cubao Reformed Baptist Church, Manila, Philippines.

We are privileged to have access to a profound collection of biblical sermons, saturated with the Gospel message and glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ, by the Prince of Preachers, Spurgeon. These timeless sermons have been and continue to be a source of blessing and encouragement to many ministers, pastors, and believers. We are grateful to Reformation Heritage Books for its dedication to republishing this treasure once again.

—Sherif Fahim, Alexandria School of Theology, Egypt.

About the Author

Charles H. Spurgeon (1834–1892) was an English Baptist pastor at New Park Street Chapel, London (which later became the Metropolitan Tabernacle), for thirty-eight years. Known as the “Prince of Preachers, Spurgeon was one of the nineteenth century's most prolific preachers and writers, and his ministry legacy continues today through his books, commentaries, and thousands of sermons. 

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