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Spurgeon Sermon Collection

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Category: Writings

$79.99

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon published 63 volumes of his sermons, most in a weekly magazine format, which was widely distributed and eagerly read throughout the English speaking world and translated into many languages. The sermons were preached between 1855 and 1917.

Later published as the Park Street Pulpit and Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, this massive collection of over 3,500 sermons is now available in Accordance.

The complete collection in print value is over $1000, but Accordance adds even more value, making it easy to find a sermon by Scripture, by title or content, or by date, and easy to copy any extract with citation.

You may be interested in other Spurgeon works available for Accordance.

Spurgeon Sermon Collection - 63 Volumes
The New Park Street Pulpit / The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit
• Author: Charles H. Spurgeon
• Publisher: Charles H. Spurgeon (Each volume published annually from 1855 to 1917)

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February 23, 2013  |  7:27 PM  |  Good (4)
I had to do a double take when they released this - first because of the [low] price [a competitor sells it for $250 electronically] and second because there wasn't much fanfare accompanying the release. Happy to see the Prince of Preachers' massive collection is on Accordance.

I used to read Spurgeon's sermons in high school and loved them. When I went to college and then seminary, I realized that he didn't exactly practice the expository method, and grew a little distant from him.

With this module, I'm returning to my previous admiration of this man. No, his method wouldn't pass a Haddon Robinson course [in the process of writing this review, I finally noticed that Spurgeon's middle name is Haddon's first!], but here are some considerations for using this tool in Accordance:

1.) Space. I read somewhere that Spurgeon's sermons constitute the largest contribution by a single Christian in ...
I had to do a double take when they released this - first because of the [low] price [a competitor sells it for $250 electronically] and second because there wasn't much fanfare accompanying the release. Happy to see the Prince of Preachers' massive collection is on Accordance.

I used to read Spurgeon's sermons in high school and loved them. When I went to college and then seminary, I realized that he didn't exactly practice the expository method, and grew a little distant from him.

With this module, I'm returning to my previous admiration of this man. No, his method wouldn't pass a Haddon Robinson course [in the process of writing this review, I finally noticed that Spurgeon's middle name is Haddon's first!], but here are some considerations for using this tool in Accordance:

1.) Space. I read somewhere that Spurgeon's sermons constitute the largest contribution by a single Christian in our history [citation needed]. Having these modules in electronic form saves you from the shelf space that your wife told you you ran out of one Expositor's Bible Commentary ago.

2.) Use. Having them electronically means you'll probably use them. Let your imagination run wild with the Search All function. You'd be surprised at some of the results. I wanted to see what Scriptures he mentioned the most. The answer? By Accordance's count, Psalms came in first, John in second, and Matthew in third with 1151, 711, and 547 hits, respectively.

3.) Model. Like I said, the man doesn't preach expository sermons, but every good preacher peruses another preacher's approach for pointers. Who better to turn to than the Prince? You can see what Scriptures he used and how, find quotes from people by searching their name, and get a little inspiration along the way.

4.) Contribution. Sermon method aside, once I've done all of my exegesis, I can come to this module looking for an eloquent spin on my text or theme. More than that, I can come and see how Spurgeon preached Jesus Christ no matter what text he used. And that is the best contribution of all.

I coupled this purchase with Piper's sermon collection, so I have a thorough reference for two influential preachers in different generations. Pastors, balance out your library of theological works by adding some homiletical ones. It will give your sermons a much more well-rounded preparation.