Selected from Spurgeon’s lifetime work of over 3,500 sermons, this volume features sermons on more than 20 women of the Old and New Testaments—the pious, the faithful, the notorious, the broken. Here you will discover that women such as Esther, Sarah, Rahab and Hannah are much like you in their desire for faith, their relationship struggles, their daily pressures and doubts, and their growing trust in a loving God. Gently updated for the modern reader, Spurgeon’s words are as rich and nourishing as they were more than a century ago. So let him introduce you to the complex, passionate, and very real women of the Bible—as you’ve never known them before.
Charles H Spurgeon (1834–1892) was Victorian England’s most gifted preacher. Ordained at age 20, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon opened his career of spectacularly effective preaching at London’s New Park Street Chapel. His Reformed Baptist congregation quickly outgrew that church and several others, and eventually built the 6,000-seat Metropolitan Tabernacle. Even in his own time, Spurgeon’s printed sermons— there were nearly 3,600 of them—were prized by fellow preachers for their ideal homiletic models, and by ordinary believers for their deeply devotional encouragement to follow Christ.
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