There is no need that you should always give way to pride, or sloth, or covetousness, or any other form of sin. Ye are able to overcome them—not in your own strength—the weakest of them would be too much for you in that; but ye may overcome them through the blood of the Lamb.

Charles Spurgeon

We love quoting Spurgeon at Crystal Park Baptist Church Benoni.

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was the most popular preacher of his time and is known as “the Prince of Preachers.” Before the age of 20, he became pastor of the New Park Street Chapel. Within a few weeks, many conversions resulted and the church building could not accommodate the crowds. Eventually, the Metropolitan Tabernacle was built to house the huge church.

Spurgeon’s sermons were powerful and direct, but also contain elements of humour. He was a pastor, evangelist, and careful expositor of Scripture.

He was unashamedly a Calvinist and a Baptist. He attacked both hyper-Calvinism and Arminian theology. He accused evangelical Anglicans of hypocrisy for continuing to use the Anglican baptismal service found in the Book of Prayer, even though they did not believe in baptismal regeneration. He also accused Baptists of teaching modernist theology, eventually withdrawing from the Baptist Union.
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