Charles Spurgeon on the Preacher’s Public Prayer

Last year I read Richard Ellsworth Day’s biography about Charles Spurgeon titled The Shadow of the Broad Brim. Day wrote the book in the early 20th century and therefore was able to interview people who had been church members of the Metropolitan Tabernacle under the pulpit ministry of Charles Spurgeon. Day records that those thatContinue reading “Charles Spurgeon on the Preacher’s Public Prayer”

Regarding The Past Several Months of Violence and Unrest in Our Land

The history of man is a history of bloodshed. From the opening pages of Genesis to the closing passages of Revelation, man’s blood flows like crimson tributaries springing from the Serpent’s lie. Kingdom’s rise and fall with this tide of gore, and Pride is the only tyrant who manages to keep his throne throughout man’sContinue reading “Regarding The Past Several Months of Violence and Unrest in Our Land”