Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 37: 1891
Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 37: 1891
Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Table of Contents

Title Page

Jehovah-Shammah: A Glorious Name for the New Year

A Gracious Dismissal

A Private Enquiry

Our Manifesto

Our Expectation

Jesus--"All Blessing and All Blest"

Entangled in the Land

A Call to Prayer and Testimony

Bit and Bridle: How to Escape Them

Believing on Jesus, and Its Counterfeits

The Joyous Return

A Poor Man's Cry, and What Came of It

Between the Two Appearings

The Obedience of Faith


Christ's Resurrection and Our Newness of Life

The Census of Israel

Israel's Hope; or, The Centre of the Target

The Covenant Promise of the Spirit

The Sword of the Spirit

"Lo, I Come": Exposition

"Lo, I Come": Application

Sin: Its Spring-head, Stream, and Sea

"My Times Are In Thy Hand"

"Am I a Sea, or a Whale?"

Redemption Through Blood, the Gracious Forgiveness of Sins

The Statute of David for the Sharing of the Spoil

The Best Strengthening Medicine

The Agreement of Salvation by Grace with Walking in Good Works

God Rejoicing in the New Creation

The Private Thoughts and Words of Jesus

"Honey in the Mouth!"

Barriers Broken Down

Young Man! A Prayer for You

The Lad's Loaves in the Lord's Hands

Three Names High on the Muster-roll

"Is the Spirit of the Lord Straitened?"

A Harp of Ten Strings

Three Decisive Steps

The First Last, and the Last First

Lydia, the First European Convert

[<< Prev]  [Top]  [Next >>]

Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 37: 1891
Christian Bookshelf