Charles Spurgeon would often add extensive critical commentary to his presentations of sermons each week, and would include those expository notes in the published copies of his sermons, which were distributed worldwide. Many of these were also published in his weekly publication, “The Sword and the Trowel.”
In recent years they have been pulled out and put into a sort of virtual commentary by the master preacher, covering much (but not all) of the Bible. His New Testament writings are particularly rich and comprise a large body of work.
His comments are very extensive on New Testament books he often preached from, such as Romans. An example from Romans 1:15-16.
Biblesoft’s unique study platform allows you not only to read and annotate Spurgeon’s commentary notes, but also to search by word, scripture reference or topic. In addition, links to the same scripture and topic run through all of your various libraries on the PC Study Bible.