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Sovereign Grace Pulpit: The Doctrines of Grace from the Sermons of Charles Haddon Spurgeon Charles H. Spurgeon

Sovereign Grace Pulpit: The Doctrines of Grace from the Sermons of Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Charles H. Spurgeon

Published August 8th 2014
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Kindle Edition
299 pages
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 About the Book 

This 238-page book is a collection of Spurgeon’s sermons (unabridged and modernized English) that cover all “five points” of the Doctrines of Grace. They were carefully selected to present Spurgeon’s teaching accurately and succinctly so there won’tMoreThis 238-page book is a collection of Spurgeon’s sermons (unabridged and modernized English) that cover all “five points” of the Doctrines of Grace. They were carefully selected to present Spurgeon’s teaching accurately and succinctly so there won’t be any misunderstanding or misrepresenting. We are deeply indebted to Larry Pierce (the developer of the classic Bible software program, The Online Bible) and his wife Marion for their diligent labor in modernizing Spurgeon’s sermons, a task they began in 2008 and plan to complete in 2018. They graciously granted permission to use these modernized versions for this book. We have also added: more visible section headings and subheadings- additional paragraph breaks to split unusually long paragraphs- Scripture references in brackets so they can be listed in the “Scripture Index”- the occasional footnote to add helpful information or explanation- a four-page Publisher’s Preface- and an eleven-page biogrpahical sketch of Spurgeon. Following an Introduction using Spurgeon’s “A Defense of Calvinism,” this collection includes 12 of his sermons: “The Unconquerable King,” “Divine Sovereignty,” “Human Inability,” “Free Will a Slave,” “God’s Will and Man’s Will,” “Election,” “The Death Of Christ,” “Particular Redemption,” “Effectual Calling,” “The Security of Believers- or, Sheep Who Shall Never Perish,” “Perseverance of the Saints-” and “High Doctrine” (the Conclusion).