Day One Christian Ministries IncC H Spurgeon's Sermons Beyond, Volume 63: An Authentic Supplement to the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit
Here are forty five sermons which were awaiting publication in the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit when it came to an abrupt end in 1917. The sixty-three volumes and 3,563 sermons of Spurgeon's New Park Street and Metropolitan Tabernacle pulpits were a remarkable achievement, and it was only on account of shortage of paper and metal caused by the First World War that publication ceased on May, 10th, 1917. Many hundreds of sermons were ready and waiting for their weekly publication, and in notices in the last two sermons indicated that it was the intention to resume publication once peace had been restored. However, only 20 hitherto unpublished sermons were to appear in a 1922 volume entitled Able to the Uttermost.This volume brings to light the sermons which probably would have appeared in the remainder of volume 63 and at the start of volume 64 of the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, sermons which originally appeared only in magazine format from 1877 to 1881.
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Review 1 for C H Spurgeon's Sermons Beyond, Volume 63: An Authentic Supplement to the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit
Date:October 21, 2013
Charles Spurgeon's writings are probably the best that I have ever read. Although he goes back to the 19th century, I have not found any Christian writer that would quite match him. He, himself, said that he wrote for the common people, and that he wanted to speak in a plain and simple way. And he does just that, beautifully. I am so thankful that his writings are still available for us today.
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Review 2 for C H Spurgeon's Sermons Beyond, Volume 63: An Authentic Supplement to the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit
Date:March 5, 2010
If you like Spurgeon, & who doesn't, then this is a great addition to your, "to be read" shelf. If you have the 62 vol. sermon set, then this is a must have. As this volume is fresh in my hands, so these 19th century sermons are alive & fresh with the Gospel of Free Grace. Spurgeon's sermons are so filled with unchanging biblical truth that they have become timeless, like the Christ he preached. This is a great addition to any library and at a bargain price..