Now, you can explore the thinking of one of the greatest preachers of all time!
Often referred to as “The Prince of Preachers” and “England’s greatest preacher,” Charles H. Spurgeon had a legendary ability to hold thousands of people spellbound for hours. It has been estimated that he preached to upwards of 10 million people during his lifetime. Spurgeon’s sermons have been copied by preachers all over the world for generations. They have been widely circulated and remain one of the all-time best-selling sets of writings by a single author in publishing history.
This set includes over 3500 of Charles Spurgeon’s sermons, delivered over his entire career preaching at London’s famous Metropolitan Tabernacle some of his earlier sermons from the New Park Street church. They are chronologically compiled. Many print editions are out with different collections of Spurgeon’s sermons, but due to the vast number of articles, only a digital library can efficiently handle a set which covers his entire career.
Biblesoft’s unique study platform allows you to not only read and annotate the sermons, but search by word, scripture reference or by topic. In addition, links to the same scripture and topic run through all of your various libraries on the PC Study Bible.
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Notes from our Biblesoft editors on how to access this collection:
The sermons can be accessed (1) like a commentary, by book, chapter, verse, or (2) by a table of contents (book outline).
The sermons are grouped by volume, with around 50 sermons in each volume, and arranged largely chronologically, according to the date they were delivered.
Many Sermons (especially in the later volumes) include an "Exposition" section, which contains Spurgeon's notes on the passage which he delivered prior to the sermon.
At the end of the 63 volumes, Biblesoft provides a unique alphabetical index (list) of the sermons (by title).
Biblesoft has also produced a unique index of all the sermons listed in order by Bible passage.