C.H. Spurgeon Autobiography: V2 The Full HarvestISBN: 9780851511825
The story of Spurgeon's life, largely in his own words, C.H. Spurgeon Autobiography is an inspiring record of a Christian life which continues to be of blessing for so many.
'In his heart', wrote Archibald Brown, 'Jesus stood unapproached, unrivalled. He worshipped Him; he adored Him. He was our Lord's delighted captive.' Whatever Spurgeon did he did it for Christ. None can read these pages without being indelibly impressed with the author's words, 'there is no time for serving the Lord like the very earliest days of youth.'
In Volume 1 The Early Years, Spurgeon pours out his story from the first years of childhood in rural Essex till that snow-swept Sunday in Colchester in 1850, and on to the first years of revival in London, with an enthralling fullness and colour, yet all this is so done that we are everywhere drawn to the centre and passion of his life.
In Volume 2 The Full Harvest, Spurgeon's last thirty years, from the building of the Metropolitan Tabernacle unitl his death in 1892, saw no fulfillment of the newspaper prophecy of his early days, "Up like a rocket, down like a stick." In fact, Spurgeon is still popular today for his works as a preacher as well as an author, editor of a monthly magazine, founder and Director of his Pastors' College and as organizer of two orphanages and other institutions.
C.H. Spurgeon (June 19, 1834 - January 31, 1892) was a British Particular Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the "Prince of Preachers".
From the first years of childhood in rural Essex till that snow-swept Sunday in Colchester in 1850, and on to the first years of revival in London, Spurgeon pours out his story with an enthralling fullness and colour, yet all this is so done that we are everywhere drawn to the centre and passion of his life.
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