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  • Paperback
  • 157 pages
  • Holy Spirit Power
  • Charles Haddon Spurgeon
  • English
  • 04 May 2019
  • 9780883686584

10 thoughts on “Holy Spirit Power

  1. says:

    To a great extent, this generation has gradually and almost imperceptibly become godless Science has discovered second causes for us Thus, many have forgotten the first great Cause the Author of all Even among professing Christians, while there is a great amount of religion, there is too little godliness Those words were spoken over 130 years ago by Charles Haddon Spurgeon, hailed in England as the Prince of Preachers He spoke to a congregation of over 5000 every Sunday for decades, without an artificial amplification system.This book contains six of his sermons on the common topic of the Holy Spirit Even read, it reflects the cadence and rhythm of preaching Each sermon is a gem of Biblical exposition and evangelical challenge It hasn t lost any impact for the passage of 130 to 150 years.A very good read.

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    Do you need a robust understanding of the Holy Spirit Look no further Whoa What this book taught me is a worthy end, and reading the book was such a worthy means Every word deepened my understanding and, consequentially, love for God s gift to us in the Holy Spirit I couldn t even take it all in I want to keep this book on my nightstand always P.S I believe few things in my life have felt as providential as my discovery of this book I stumbled upon it at a service plaza in somewhere, Pennsylvania, and I bought it because I have weak pneumatology and when else would Spurgeon be just 5

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    Once again, I have been inspired by one of the greatest and godly men in history Spurgeon reminds me from Scripture that to be known by the Spirit of God is an act of God s grace I cherish what he wrote on page 107 The law commands and makes us know what God requires of us, but the gospel goes further and inclines us to obey the will of the Lord It also enables us to practically walk in His ways Under the dominion of grace, God worketh in you both to will and to act according to His good pleasure Philippians 2 13 So great a blessing as this could never come to any man by merit A man might act as if he deserves a reward of a certain kind in a measure suited to His commendable action However, the Holy Spirit can never be the wage for human service The idea verges on blasphemy Can any man deserve Christ dying for him Who would dream of such a thing Can any man deserve the Holy Spirit dwelling in him and working holiness in him The greatness of the blessing lifts it high above the range of merit If the Holy Spirit is bestowed, it must be by an act of divine grace grace infinite in bounty, exceeding all that we could have imagined.

  4. says:

    This short book, compiled from some of Spurgeon s sermons may appeal to some ex charismatics for its length and title looking for some hope that they can remain reformed yet spirit led It s not that I m afraid that the pursuit of the miraculous works of the Spirit in this book would cause some to miss the greater work of God the Holy Spirit in his people The work of comforter, teacher and Christ exalter aren t the sparkling arena filling acts of God, rather the dreary miserable daily building of his church Viewed rightly this is the greater and holier work The greatest miracle of the trinitarian cooperation in the salvation of men It also helps to read this in the cadence of a Victorian preacher, as the chapters are all sermons.

  5. says:

    One of the best books I ve read on the Holy Spirit Charles Spurgeon really breaks down who the Holy Spirit is and what He can do in our lives if we allow Him too I love his writing style and how real he is This is the first Spurgeon book I ve read, but definitely not the last There s no fluff on this pages and I m loving it I have highlights and notes written all over it Can t wait to finish it and read it again

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    I have always loved Spurgeon as a good reformed baptist would This little book on select sermons on the Holy Spirit is quite refreshing As always Spurgeon uses the English language exquisitely to convey the truths of God in his very unique style After spending a little time in this book everyday for the past two weeks I can see a genuine difference in my life in acknowledging the work of the Holy Spirit and asking of Him in my time in the word.

  7. says:

    The person of the Holy Spirit is often not thought about by many believers This is a great work that keeps the ministry of the Spirit in biblical bounds, glorifying Christ The Lord I would certainly recommend this book.

  8. says:

    An insightful book that delves into the Holy Spirit s work in believers lives C.H Spurgeon writes in a compelling way, urging the reader on every page to consider the beauty of the Spirit and yield to His promptings.

  9. says:

    Difficult to read or understand in parts, but some very helpful and useful material in other parts by the same token I hadn t read any of Spurgeon s writings before but would keep a lookout for of his work.

  10. says:

    That is powerful

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About the Author: Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Charles Haddon Spurgeon 1834 92 was England s best known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London s famed New Park Street Church formerly pastored by the famous Baptist theologian John Gill The congregation quickly outgrew their building, moved to Exeter Hall, then to Surrey M