This is a book of 365 more daily readings taken from Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s sermons from the Metropolitan Tabernacle. These date from the final years of his London ministry and cover a wide range of subjects. Many of the extracts are accompanied by a verse taken directly from one of the hymns sung on the occasion. Suggestions for further reading are provided to supplement Spurgeon’s teachings.
With the Logos edition, Scripture references and verses instantly appear in full form with a mouseover. Without even clicking your mouse you can dive into the suggested readings, and if you own The Complete Spurgeon Sermon Collection, you are automatically linked to the complete sermon the daily devotional is taken from.
It is a testament to the enduring words that Spurgeon preached that his work has now provided material for the sixth volume in this series. He preaches an eternal and unchanging God consistently and wisely, and readers familiar with the format of the exposition of a text and a meditation for the day will welcome its publication. I found the Scripture reference for each day being quoted from the King James Version as very appropriate in a day of alternatives and hope that this will find a place on many bookshelves and many more bedside tables as part of daily devotions.
—Donald M. McDonald, MD, PhD
Terence Peter Crosby was, for some time, secretary of the Evangelical Library, London. He lives in south London with his wife, Daphne. As well as compiling other volumes of readings from Spurgeon’s works, he is also author of My Book of Hobbies and God’s Book, the Bible.