Charles Spurgeon is known to many as one the greatest preachers that ever lived. He pastored in London, England for decades, preaching thousands of sermons, and writing prolifically about the gospel and the Scriptures.
Here is part four of some of Spurgeon’s powerful quotes on leadership, ministry and spiritual living:
Ought we not to look upon our own history as being at least as full of God . . . as the lives of any of the saints who have gone before? We do our Lord an injustice when we suppose that He wrought all His mighty acts, and showed Himself strong for those in the early time, but doth not perform wonders or lay bare His arm for the saints who are now upon the earth. -Charles Spurgeon
The doctrine of the atonement is to my mind one of the surest proofs of the divine inspiration of Holy Scripture. Who would or could have thought of the just Ruler dying for the unjust rebel? This is no teaching of human mythology, or dream of poetical imagination. This method of expiation is only known among men because it is a fact; fiction could not have devised it. God himself ordained it; it is not a matter which could have been imagined. -Charles Spurgeon
The way to do a great deal is to keep on doing a little. The way to do nothing at all is to be continually resolving that you will do everything. -Charles Spurgeon
Learn to say no. It will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin. -Charles Spurgeon
If I had never joined a Church till I had found one that was perfect, I should never have joined one at all! And the moment I did join it, if I had found one, I should have spoiled it, for it would not have been a perfect Church after I had become a member of it. Still, imperfect as it is, it is the dearest place on earth to us. -Charles Spurgeon
By perseverance the snail reached the ark. -Charles Spurgeon