Sunday, April 25, 2010

Spurgeon on Politics and our Citizenship being in Heaven

The Sunday Sound-Bite...

Gospel Driven Disciples includes a weekly component called The Sunday Sound-Bite.

These "sound-bites" will be from various men of God commenting on various topics with the goal of provoking a deeper appreciation of our Lord Jesus Christ and to facilitate obedience to the admonition given in II Peter 3:18 – “grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord Savior Jesus Christ.”

This selection is an excertp from a sermon by Charles Haddon Spurgeon, late pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in England on Christians having their citizenship in heaven. He preached this sermon in 1862. This recording is provided by a group called Free Masons.  I am not sure who or what they are and I make no recomendation of them, I give them credit for providing this piece of a sermon from this former "Prince of Preachers."

3 comments:

WELCOME TO MY WORLD OF POETRY: said...

Excellent post Gregg,very interesting.

Have a peaceful Sunday
Yvonne.

Brian Ray Todd said...

Thank you for posting this portion of Charles Spurgeon's Sermon. I truly need to hear his preaching more. I thirst for more truth and knowledge of my Heavenly Father, My Lord Jesus and my Counselor the Holy Spirit in my pilgrimage to my eternal home. To grow in knowledge of godly truth and mature into the increasing likeness of Christ, I must seek that truth and walk aligned with the Spirit through this world as an Ambassador for the kingdom of God, where I am a citizen; a child in the family of God. Wow!

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