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Charles Spurgeon Collection (114 Volumes + Commentary)

Biblesoft is now offering its entire collection of Charles H. Spurgeon's lifetime works, including his complete sermon library, his expository notes, a collection of many of his most important writings, the Treasury of David commentary and Geese in their Hoods.

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Biblesoft is now offering its entire collection of Charles H. Spurgeon's lifetime works, including his complete sermon library, his expository notes, a collection of many of his most important writings, the Treasury of David commentary and Geese in their Hoods.

This is one of the most complete Spurgeon collections that can be obtained anywhere. All of the bundles are integrated into Biblesoft’s unique and powerful Bible study system, allowing word search, access by book, chapter and verse (on most items) and access through Biblesoft’s global topical index. Note-taking and lesson development tools also integrate these works to the main library system to aid you in develop your lessons and articles.

Take advantage of this opportunity to purchase the comprehensive Spurgeon collection at a great price!

If you have a Professional Reference Library (includes Treasury of David) or have already purchased the Treasury of David or Geese in Their Hoods, a bundle is available that does not include these two works. Learn More.

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Spurgeon's Pulpit Sermons


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Spurgeon's Expository Notes


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Spurgeon's Writings (44 Vols)


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The Treasury of David


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Geese in their Hoods


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Spurgeon's Pulpit Sermons

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.

Spurgeon's Expository Notes

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.

Romans 1:15-16 So, as much as in me is, I am ready to preach the gospel to you that are at Rome also. For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ:
Many other people were ashamed of the gospel of Christ. It was too simple; it had not enough of mystery about it; it had not enough of worldly wisdom about it. Paul says, “I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ,” and then gives his reason for not being ashamed of it

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.

Spurgeon's Writings (44 Vols)

Have you ever felt “stuck,” searching for powerful ideas for a sermon, class, newsletter article, or a personal devotional topic?  Biblesoft’s new selection of 44 miscellaneous books, treatises and tracts by Charles H. Spurgeon is like a fountain bubbling with ideas. Gleaned from one of the most prolific writers and speakers in Christian history, the collection will stir your imagination. This new bundle of works by the famous “Prince of Preachers” contains 44 volumes.  Five volumes are selected and categorized Spurgeon quotations. Spurgeon’s classic book “All of Grace” is included as well as many lesser-known works. (For a complete list, check below).

One little-known gem is a perfect example of the golden nuggets you can find.  “Gleanings Among the Sheaves,” (80+ pages) is included in this set. This book has dozens of interesting topics, each one containing one of Spurgeon’s short homilies or essays on that subject. An example is the section on “Promises:”

“The promises are the Christian’s Magna Charta of liberty; they are the title deeds of his heavenly estate. Happy is he who knoweth how to read them well and call them all his own. Yea, they are the jewel room in which the Christian’s crown treasures are preserved."

Also included is Faith's Checkbook which includes a daily desktop devotional for PC Study Bible.

Rounding out the set is Spurgeon’s six-volume work on classical Reformed doctrine, entitled “Doctrines on Grace.” Though not always a doctrinal preacher, in this series Spurgeon takes the principal tenets of Calvinism and goes into great detail on each of them.

This bundle of miscellaneous works is in itself a great reference, and it can also be obtained bundled with the rest of Biblesoft’s Spurgeon offerings, including “Spurgeon's Pulpit Sermons (63 Volumes)” and “Spurgeon's Expository Notes” (Commentary).  As always, many of these works are also accessible by Book, Chapter verse references and topical references.

What's Included

  • A Marvelous Ministry: The Story of Spurgeon's Sermons
  • Able to the Uttermost: Twenty Gospel Sermons by Charles Spurgeon
  • According to Promise: The Lord's Method of Dealing with His Chosen People
  • An All-Around Ministry: Addresses to Ministers and Students
  • Around the Wicket Gate
  • Charles Spurgeon - All of Grace
  • Charles Spurgeon - Lectures on Commenting and Commentaries
  • Christ's Incarnation: The Foundation of Christianity
  • Come Ye Children: A Book for Parents and Teachers on the Christian Training of Children
  • Commentary on Matthew, by Charles Spurgeon
  • Conversion: The Great Change and Experiences After Conversion
  • Conversion: The Great Change and Experiences After Conversion
  • Doctrines on Grace
  • Eccentric Preachers, by Charles Spurgeon
  • Faith's Checkbook: Precious Promises Arranged For Daily Use
  • Farm Sermons, by Charles Spurgeon
  • Gleanings Among the Sheaves
  • God Always Cares, by Charles Spurgeon
  • John Ploughman's Pictures
  • Memories of Stambourne
  • Metropolitan Tabernacle: Its History and Work
  • Pictures from Pilgrim's Progress
  • Quotes by Charles Spurgeon
  • Teachings of Nature in the Kingdom of Grace
  • The Beatitudes, by Charles Spurgeon
  • The Bible and the Newspaper
  • The Clue of the Maze, by Charles Spurgeon
  • The Downgrade Controversy
  • The Golden Alphabet, by Charles Spurgeon
  • The Greatest Fight in the World, by Charles Spurgeon
  • The Man and His Message: Life Story of Charles Spurgeon
  • The Saint and His Savior
  • The Salt Cellars: A Collection of Proverbs and Notes
  • Till He Come: Meditations and Addresses
  • What the Stones Say, by Charles Spurgeon
  • Words of Cheer for Daily Life
  • Words of Counsel for Christian Workers
  • Words of Warning for Daily Life
  • Words of Wisdom for Daily Life

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Treasury of David (6 Volumes)

Over a twenty-year span, Charles Spurgeon composed and polished his meditations on the Psalms in weekly installments through his church's newspaper, The Sword and the Trowel . Spurgeon's compiled commentary on the Psalms was later published in book form as The Treasury of David , and has been prized by Christians ever since.

The three-volume Treasury of David is now available to you as an add-on for your PC Study Bible , Version 4. Eric Hayden, the pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle (the church Spurgeon founded), calls this work “Spurgeon's magnum opus.”

But there's much more… In The Treasury of David you will find a wealth of illuminating extracts and quotes from hundreds of commentators – contemporaries of Spurgeon as well as the great Puritan expositors of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Pastors and teachers will appreciate the preaching and teaching hints on almost every verse, concise sermon outlines, and seed thoughts' for further study. Useful bibliographies and an index of authors offer more practical help to make this a valuable guide for further study.

Whether you're teaching on the Psalms, studying them for your personal devotions or simply intrigued by the writings of Spurgeon, you'll enjoy this timeless classic.

Geese in their Hoods

A collection of Spurgeon's writings on a topic of great importance today. Spurgeon's greatest criticism wasn't of Rome, but of Protestants who wandered after her. Over 30 of Spurgeon's finest essays and tracts, accompanied by the original woodcarvings.

Charles Spurgeon writes:

"Essence of lies, and quintessence of blasphemy, as the religion of Rome is..."
...it nevertheless fascinates a certain order of Protestants, of whom we fear it may be truly said that 'they have received a strong delusion to believe a lie, that they may be damned.' Seeing that it is so, it becomes all who would preserve their fellow-immortals from destruction to be plain and earnest in their warnings. Not in a party-spirit, but for truth's sake, our Protestantism must protest perpetually. Dignitaries of the papal confederacy are just now very prominent in benevolent movements, and we may be sure that they have ends to serve other than those which strike the public eye. A priest lives only for his church; he may profess to have other objects, but this is a mere blind. Our ancient enemies have small belief in our common sense if they imagine that we shall ever be able to trust them, after having so often beheld the depths of Jesuitical cunning and duplicity. The sooner we let certain Archbishops and Cardinals know that we are aware of their designs, and will in nothing co-operate with them, the better for us and our country. Of course, we shall be howled at as bigots, but we can afford to smile at that cry, why it comes from the church which invented the Inquisition. 'No peace with Rome' is the motto of reason as well as of religion."

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Charles Spurgeon Collection  (114 Volumes + Commentary)

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Biblesoft is now offering its entire collection of Charles H. Spurgeon's lifetime works, including his complete sermon library, his expository notes, a collection of many of his most important writings, the Treasury of David commentary and Geese in their Hoods.

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