God’s Word is full of promises for
every believer yet each will admit to not fully experiencing what is promised.
Spurgeon assists us in delighting in
all of God’s covenant promises, which are the birthright of each Christian. It
is not presumptuous or unreal to expect to enjoy what God has clearly promised
to give His people. We are to measure what God can do by his grace and generosity,
not by our level of expectation.
C. H. Spurgeon was the foremost
preacher of his time and pastored a large church in London during the second
half of the 19th century. He was called ’The prince of preachers’ and had profound
effect on both Church and Society. Spurgeon had the gift of getting right to
the heart of a matter in a style that was memorable and engaging.
Paperback, 127 Pages