Item description for All Of Grace (Pure Gold Classics #28) by Charles Haddon Spurgeon & Lloyd Hildebrand...
Overview The 28th book in the best-selling Pure Gold Classics line, All of Grace presents a comprehensive teaching on the subject of God?s grace. Spurgeon shows how salvation is all of grace, and he bases this thesis on several Scriptures, including Ephesians 2:8-9. Spurgeon outlines the plan of salvation in this book in the hope that many who read it will trust Christ for salvation. In fact, he opens the book with these words, ?My intention in writing this message is that many will be led to the Lord Jesus.?
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, known as the Prince of Preachers, was a British Baptist Minister at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, England. Greatly blessed by the Holy Spirit, his success and worldwide popularity were largely due to his genius intellect, his natural gift of oratory, thoroughly biblical expository messages, and the fervent prayers of his congregation. Spurgeon?s many writings and brilliant sermons are still widely published today, testifying to his timeless appeal.
Publishers Description The 28th book in the best-selling Pure Gold Classics line. This book presents a comprehensive teaching on the subject of God's grace. Spurgeon shows how salvation is all of grace, and he bases this thesis on several Scriptures, including Ephesians 2:8-9.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Bridge-Logos Publishers
Series Pure Gold Classics
Series Number 28
ISBN 0882703358 ISBN13 9780882703350
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More About Charles Haddon Spurgeon & Lloyd Hildebrand
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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A true classic of Christian literature Jan 12, 2007
Charles Haddon Spurgeon is considered by many to be the greatest preacher of the 19th century. This book, subtitled, "An Earnest Word with Those Who Are Seeking Salvation by the Lord Jesus Christ," is Spurgeon's great explanation of salvation and God's grace. He explains what God has done and why, and what we must do to be saved and to persevere in the faith.
This is a great book, showing the power and intelligence that form the bedrock of Spurgeon's reputation. But, even more, herein you really see his earnest concern for those who are unsaved and dying in their sins. I found this book to be enlightening and uplifting.
It's a truly wonderful book, a true classic of Christian literature - as much alive and relevant to today as it ever was. I highly recommend this book!
Full Grace! Jul 3, 2005
Spugeon once again goes into detail here about the grace of God and explains that it works obediance in the life of the believer. I loved most of all his writing on faith as the fountain of salvation and not the basis. Eph 2:8-10. God's grace is the source.....not self-generated faith, for there is no faith apart from God. Faith is simply trusting God and his Word. Trust Him to give you what He deems best, not what you think is best (they are not always the same). The "faith in faith" crowd should read this book. Just trust God, and don't use faith for a list of personal entitlements.
Pure Gold -- Of Greater Worth Than A World of Lesser Books May 27, 2005
Words cannot do justice to this short, but powerful work of Charles Spurgeon. It is, without a doubt, one of the single greatest non-canonical books ever written. Herein Spurgeon sets forth in no indefinite terms the way of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. Spurgeon's deep-felt love for his Savior and for his fellow sinners shines forth on every page, in every phrase of this phenomenal volume. He brings the gospel to his readers with pointed illustrations, well-placed anecdotes, irrefutable arguments, heart-felt pleas and (above all else) the plainly-spoken and rightly-applied word of God.
Make no mistake, this is a book for everyone, not only for the unsaved. It is the word of salvation to the lost, food for the hungry, encouragement for the weak, comfort for the grieving, and hope for the hopeless. It is "the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes" (Romans 1:16). This is a book especially for the strong in faith. There is no greater encouragement to the soul of the truly faithful Christian than the pure gospel of salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.
Perhaps you will ask, "How can you say such things about a book written 1800 years after the apostles lived and died?" Read the book for yourself and find out. I make no exaggerated claims. The heart of faith will find treasures within these pages the likes of which are not to be found outside the Holy Scripture itself. To say that this book is worth its weight in gold would not do it justice, for how much gold is worth a man's soul? Or how much gold is worth the calm assurance of salvation and hope of eternal life to the believing heart? No... there is no price that can be placed upon the truth this book contains. Will you not spare a mere $10 to examine it for yourself?
Edition Note: This same volume is reproduced in "The Anointed Life", a compilation of some of Spurgeon's writings and sermons, along with another excellent volume entitled "Faith".
Salvation is All of Grace Nov 13, 2004
While I have often been disappointed with some of the Whitaker books of Charles Spurgeon for the editing, I greatly enjoyed this edition published by Moody Press. The book is indeed the actual sermons that Charles Spurgeon preached on the grace of God for our eternal salvation.
Spurgeon was a genius. There is simply no one to match him as a preacher in the English world. While his voice can never be heard, Spurgeon's sermons live on and this is a classic on grace. Too often we fail to understand the grace of God. Many claim God's grace for their sins but never truly repent from their sins (Jude 4). Many more claim grace but never pursue holiness (Titus 2:11-12). God's grace enables us to live for Christ from the start to the finish. In fact, apart from the grace of God no one could be saved (Romans 3:23-24; Eph. 2:8-9). Spurgeon clearly shows this from Acts 16:30-31.
For those longing to know more about the grace of God, this book will build up your knowledge and faith (2 Peter 3:18). While short, it carries a powerful and timeless message.
Awesome Book Nov 6, 2003
I think I have read this book three times and still love it. I don't think anyone I have ever read can come as close to showing the reality of life and the need for the Gospel as well as Spurgeon. He does it in a way where the Love of God will break your heart right then and there. This is the one book that I would give to any unbeliever that needs to know what exactely the Gospel is.