Enjoyed the Reading This was a very good reading of Spurgeon's sermon. And Spurgeon said that we will find out that these two seemingly parallel truths "meet near the throne of God."
Tim Hill (1/4/2016)
from Indianapolis IN
Enlightening message I've listened to this message multiple times and am drawn closer to the Savior each time.
I had trouble finding this message on Sermon Audio because the word Sovereign was left out of its title.
Carl E (6/19/2015)
Great Sermon! God is sovereign yet man is responsible. Amen.
Praise God for this! Ooooh I praise God for this! Wow! If you want the unbiased truth of God's precious word, so listen and incline your heart to wisdom!
Manny Salva Cruz (12/27/2005)
from Northridge, CA
Great Sermon! The Scripture teaches us two significant truths that ought to be considered carefully in our doctrinal position. That God predestines and that man is responsible for all his actions. That God is presiding over all according to His sovereign grace and yet, man can act as he pleases. This is true in all of man's standing before God from salvation to glorification. Most often we are guilty of over emphasizing one side and neglecting the other. This message therefore is a fitting reminder to be all the more true to our Christian heritage. Listen and be blessed.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London's famed New Park Street Church (formerly pastored by the...