Great Sermon! I absolutely loved it I've got most of C.H. SPURGEON'S books
from Morgan Hill, Ca
Great Sermon! Greatly convicted as I was made to recognize a pattern of instability in my life. Lord help me stay to the course You have laid out before me. Let us do more than listen, but be changed by this message!
Change vs Stability A certain US candidate has been promoting Change as a central theme of his campaign. Needed reforms and new directions can be good but too much change leads to instability.
May all of our leaders be firm and consistent in following well-grounded principles. May Christian profession be matched with a display of godly, Christian practice.
Emily Shearouse (4/4/2007)
from Nova Scotia, Canada
Sagacious Sermon Being the daughter of a pastor, I recognised so acutely those categories he mentioned. His descriptions were most insightful, and not only that, but his warnings against them, effective.
I always enjoy his rich store of metaphors!
Great Sermon! I must echo and affirm the previous comment. I believe God providentially led me to this sermon. This sermon can help a great many Christians in their walk for Christ.
Manny Salva Cruz (1/3/2006)
from Northridge, CA
Great Sermon! This is the most popular of all C.H. Spurgeon's messages in this site. Rightly so, because this is an inspiring message that motivates us to excell. The text tells us that if we are unstable as water, we will never excell. We always admire and greatly respect people who are firm and consistent in their daily walk. But most often, we ourselves are unstable. Sometimes, we have strong faith and other times, we loose sight of the Savior's will for our lives. We are unstable in our love, we are unstable in our business, we are unstable in our doctrine. Our instability can ruin our usefulness. We must therefore overcome our instability. The preacher encourages us to know what is right and to defend what is right. We must know what God wants us to do and then do it. Only in Christ can we be stable. Hear this motivating message and move forward to stability and firmness in your Christian walk.
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...