Dig into a wealth of spiritual wisdom with this volume of Spurgeon’s “forgotten prayer meeting addresses.”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon frequently gave addresses at prayer meetings during his London ministry, which were later published in his magazine, The Sword and the Trowel. A few years after his death in 1892, the well-loved volume, Only a Prayer Meeting was published—providing texts of prayer meeting addresses published up through 1901.
Creating a sequel, author Terence Peter Crosby combed The Sword and the Trowel for overlooked addresses, finding 22 talks which appeared in the magazine later—between 1904 and 1911. Crosby uncovers these informal, insightful talks, and includes several other sermons delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, widely forgotten until now. Discover lesser-known Spurgeon sermons, and deepen your study of prayer with century-old teaching from the prince of preachers.
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Want more of Spurgeon’s sermons? Check out The Complete Spurgeon Sermon Collection (63 vols.).