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C H Spurgeon's Sermons on Revival (Kelvedon Edition) (edition 1958)

by Editor Charles T. Cook (Author)

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon is commonly called The Prince of Preachers, a title he rightly deserves. At the height of his ministry he preached to crowds of ten thousand every Sunday. Now, a hundred years after his death, Spurgeon's sermons remain insightful, convicting, practical, and timely as when he preached them from the pulpit of the Metropolitan Tabernacle.… (more)
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Title:C H Spurgeon's Sermons on Revival (Kelvedon Edition)
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon is commonly called The Prince of Preachers, a title he rightly deserves. At the height of his ministry he preached to crowds of ten thousand every Sunday. Now, a hundred years after his death, Spurgeon's sermons remain insightful, convicting, practical, and timely as when he preached them from the pulpit of the Metropolitan Tabernacle.

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