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Whitaker House, Feb 1, 2000 - Religion - 95 pages
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In one of the best explanations of faith ever given, Charles Spurgeon paints a panoramic picture of faith that covers each element of this essential topic and yet also shows us the big picture of what it means to believe in Jesus Christ and live for Him. Spurgeon answers our questions about faith, such as "What is faith?" "How do I obtain it?" and "Can faith really change my life?" The promise of faith can be yours. Step into a new life and experience the truth and power of real life.

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Jesus said that faith the size of a mustard seed could move mountains. But how does one find that kind of faith? From where does it come? Who can have strong faith? Spurgeon deals with these questions and more in his treatment of this essential of the Christian’s life. Read full review


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Charles Haddon Spurgeon, 1834 - 1892 Charles Spurgeon was born in Kelvedon, Essex in June 19, 1834. His father and his grandfather were both pastors and at the age of twenty, he became the pastor of the famous New Park Street Church in London. The congregation quickly grew out of the building and moved to Exeter Hall where he frequently preached to audiences of over 10,000 people. In 1861, the congregation moved to newly constructed Metropolitan Tabernacle, which was the largest indoor congregation ever reached with human voice up to that time in history. The Tabernacle was able to accommodate up to 6,000 people. The New Park Street and the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpits, where Spurgeon preached, collected his sermons during his ministry, and they filled 63 volumes with 20-25 million words in them. His series stands as the largest set of books by a single author in the history of Christianity. His own personal library contained over 12,000 volumes. Spurgeon also became known to a wider audience with the publication of "Ploughman's Talk" in 1869 and "The Treasury of David." During Spurgeon's last years, he suffered severe physical pain from a gout attack. He was growing increasing ill and on January 31, 1892, Charles Haddon Spurgeon died.

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