Historical Sermons

Adoption: The Spirit and the Cry – Charles Spurgeon (historic sermon 1834-1892)

"And because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father."—Galatians 4:6. We do not find the doctrine of the Trinity in Unity set forth in Scripture in formal terms, such as those which are employed in the Athanasian creed; but…
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Historical Sermons

How To Become a Christian – David James Burrell (historic sermon 1844-1926)

“And there arose no small stir about that way." —Acts 19:23 The name by which the early Christians were familiarly known was "The people of that way." In the year 36 the Sanhedrin issued a commission to Saul of Tarsus authorizing him to arrest any whom he might find "of…
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Historical Sermons

The Providence of God – B.H. Carroll (historic sermon 1843-1914)

If the foundations be destroyed what can the righteous do? --Psalm 11:3 I do not understand this question to imply that the foundations can be destroyed, except in the fears of the righteous. But whenever, in the mind of a righteous person there is a distrust as to the stability…
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