Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Spurgeon's Sermons on Prayer, by Charles Haddon Spurgeon


A solid collection of 38 sermons on prayer by the prince of preachers, including great prayers of the Bible, the prayers of Christ, and prayer in general.  I don't know that they're his best sermons, but then the book never claims that they are.  Still, they're certainly good sermons, and well worth the read.  Each sermon is about twelve pages long, which makes them just a hair long to read as a devotional, especially since some of Spurgeon's language is a bit dense to the modern reader (though he's a sight more readable than, say, Owen).  If you're looking for something a bit more in-depth than Morning and Evening (or if you just want to read more Spurgeon) but, like me, you're intimidated by the ginormous multi-volume set of his complete sermons, then this might be a good place to start.

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