Item description for Power In The Blood by Charles Spurgeon...
Overview Weakness, injuries, impurities--these are the effects of sin. Cleansing, healing, purifying--these are the effects of sin's cure. Charles Spurgeon discusses how to be accepted in Christ, start a whole new life, receive help when tempted, rid your church of strife, and share the Gospel with others. You will gain spiritual wisdom as you explore God's Word with Spurgeon and apply it to your life.
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Studio: Whitaker House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.95" Width: 4.25" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher WHITAKER #54
ISBN 0883684276 ISBN13 9780883684276
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More About Charles Spurgeon
C. H. Spurgeon, the great Victorian preacher, was one of the most influential people of the second half of the 19th Century. At the heart of his desire to preach was a fierce love of people, a desire that meant he did not neglect his pastoral ministry.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon was born in 1834 and died in 1892.
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Not a true representation of Charles Haddon Spurgeon Sep 2, 2001
This is another in a series of many "books" by C.H. Spurgeon published by Whitaker House. These Whitaker House titles are not actually books, but each chapter in each book is rather part of an individual sermon scotch-taped together in an effort to make them into a "book".
The result is very disappointing. Spurgeon was a brilliant theologian, a masterful preacher, and a beautiful writer. But Whitaker House has edited all these sermons in a weak and unsuccessful effort to make them "flow" throughout the book. As a result, the strong theology is lost in an effort to make the book more "inspirational", the masterful and logical exposition of scripture is removed to make the book "easier to read", and only the poetry of Spurgeon's writing style is preserved.
These Whitaker House titles are barely good for casual reading, and unfortunately they misrepresent the depth and breadth of Spurgeon's excellent sermons. Don't be fooled by these edited versions! If you really want to know Spurgeon, read Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit or several other Spurgeon titles published by Banner of Truth and avoid these watered-down books.