Spurgeon says the following in the preface of volume 4 of his sermons:
““A Call to the Unconverted,” has been the means of awakening very many to a sense of their lost condition.”
May it please the Lord to continue His life-giving work through these words!
“For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is everyone that continues not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them.”—Galatians 3:10.
1. Try the prisoner – 6:22
2. Declare his sentence – 21:55
3. Proclaim his deliverance – 39:36
The following are select quotes from this sermon.
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I want thee, then, in the sight of God, to answer me this all-important and solemn question before I begin—Art thou in Christ, or art thou not? Hast thou fled for refuge to him who is the only hope for sinners? or art thou yet a stranger to the commonwealth of Israel, ignorant of God, and of his holy Gospel? Come—be honest with thine own heart, and let thy conscience say yes, or no, for one of these two things thou art to-night—thou art either under the wrath of God, or thou art delivered from it. Thou art to-night either an heir of wrath, or an inheritor of the kingdom of grace. Which of these two? Make no “ifs” or “ahs” in your answer. Answer straight forward to thine own soul; and if there be any doubt whatever about it, I beseech thee rest not till that doubt be resolved.
There he sits. ’Tis He, the Man that died on Calvary—I see his pierced hands—but ah, how changed! No thorn-crown now. He stood at Pilate’s bar, but now the whole earth must stand at his bar.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon