used to address his church at midweek meetings as well as the powerful sermons
on Sundays. These addresses were generally more informal in tone and were
designed to supply motivation for the church to pray. They are classic Spurgeon
in a shorter format.
volume is divided into 4 sections and concludes with a hymn Spurgeon composed
himself for morning prayer meetings.
1 - Addresses on
prayer and prayer meetings
2 - Expositions of
3 - Incidents and
4 - Addresses on
practical matters in the church
this collection is charming, challenging and cheering! If you wanted to find
out how Spurgeon fuelled his church for everyday Christian living and a life of
prayer then there is no better starting place.
Paperback, 254 pages.