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According to Promise: God's Promise to Christian (Spurgeon)

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These promises are for every believer yet each will admit to not fully experiencing what is promised. Spurgeon helps us to appreciate that all God's promises are the birthright of each Christian. It is not presumptious or unreal to expect to enjoy what God has promised. We are to measure what God can do by his generous promises, not by our level of expectation. Spurgeon had the gift of getting right to the heart of a matter in a style that was memorable and profound. 

Table of Contents:

  1. A Sieve Needed
  2. The Two Seeds
  3. The Two Lives
  4. Differing Hopes
  5. Persecution Consequent on the Promise
  6. The Parting
  7. Whose are the Promises?
  8. The Promise a Free Gift
  9. The Promise of God a Reality
  10. The Peculiar Treasure of Believers
  11. The Valuation of the Promises
  12. The Lord’s Promise – The Rule of His Giving
  13. The Rule Without Exception
  14. Taking Possession of the Promise
  15. Endorsing the Promise
  16. The Promise Used for this Life
  17. Searching Out the Promise
  18. The Time of the Promise
  19. The Promises in Possession Through the Spirit
  20. Jesus and the Promises



C.H. Spurgeon (June 19, 1834 – January 31, 1892) was a British Particular Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the "Prince of Preachers."

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