Charles H. Spurgeon · Poetry

A short poem for courage in the trials of life

All I Meeting I find assists me, In my path to heavenly joy: Where, though trials now attend me, Trials never more annoy. Blest there with a weight of glory, Still the path I’ll never forget, But, exulting, cry, it led me To my bless├ęd Saviours seat. – Charles Spurgeon Advertisements

Charles H. Spurgeon · Quotes

Pilgrim in the World

“I am a pilgrim in the world, but at home in my God. In Earth I wander, but in God I dwell in a quiet habitation.” Charles H. Spurgeon Morning & Evening 27-02

Charles H. Spurgeon · Hymns · Poetry

When the world my heart is rending…

When the world my heart is rending, With its heaviest storms of care, My glad thoughts to heaven ascending, Find a refuge from despair. Faiths bright vision shall sustain me Till life’s pilgrimage is past; Fears may vex and troubles pain me, I shall reach my home at last. – Unknown (Excerpt from Morning &… Continue reading When the world my heart is rending…

Charles H. Spurgeon · Matthew Robb · Writings

The Precious Blood of Christ

“The precious blood of Christ.” – 1 Peter 1:19 Just as it was the duty of the Israelites to mark the door posts of their house with the blood of the Lamb in order to be spared, so it is with the Christian; it is the one who is marked by the precious blood of… Continue reading The Precious Blood of Christ

Charles H. Spurgeon

God Keeps a File for Our Prayers

God keeps a file for our prayers – they are not blown away by the wind, they are treasured in the King’s archives. There is a registry in the court of heaven wherein every prayer is recorded. Tried believer, your Lord has a tear bottle in which the costly drops of sacred grief are put… Continue reading God Keeps a File for Our Prayers