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1 Baptist History Lesson 16 Charles Haddon Spurgeon

2 Spurgeon is Dead 1 February, 1892 The Prince of Preachers 10 February: 50 to 60,000 pass by coffin Five funeral services: 10AM ‘For Members of the Church’ 3PM ‘For Ministers & Students’ 7PM ‘For Christian Workers’ 10PM ‘For the General Public’ E’er since by faith I saw the stream Thy flowing wounds supply, Redeeming love has been my theme, And shall be till I die

3 b. June 19, 1834 Parents: John & Eliza Grandparents: James & Sarah “Look unto me and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth” Is. 45:22 January 6, 1850 Cottage at Teversham I Peter 2:7 “Unto you therefore which believe, he is precious”

4 He sat on one side of the table-pew, and I on the other side. I shall never forget it. He looked so white, and I thought to myself he'll never be able to preach— what a boy he is! I despised his youth, you know, and thought all this while the congregation was singing. Then, when the hymn was over, he jumped up and began to read and expound the chapter about the Scribes and Pharisees and lawyers; and as he went on about their garments, their phylacteries, and long prayers, I knew that he could preach. All along I was fully persuaded in my own mind that he would not remain long at Waterbeach. I could see that he was something very great, and was evidently intended for a larger sphere. Age 17became pastor of small Baptist church at Waterbeach October 1853Baptist Union Sunday School meeting

5 December 18, 1853 New Park Street Chapel January 1854 becomes Pastor Reprinted 1689 2 nd London Confession I have thought it right to reprint in a cheap form this excellent list of doctrines, which were subscribed to by Baptist ministers in 1689. We need a banner because of the truth; it may be that this small volume will aid the cause of the glorious gospel by testifying to its leading doctrines.

6 April 1854Susannah Thompson Pastor’s College Mr. George Rogers Twin sons: Thomas and Charles, Jr.

7 Royal Surrey Gardens Music Hall Exeter Hall 23,654 heard him without microphone!

8 Building Project 1857-1861 Metropolitan tabernacle 3600 permanent seats 1000 ‘temporary’ seats Standing room: 1000+

9 Other Ministries Almshouse Stockwell Orphanage Pastor’s College Progressive design and ideas “Silver Wedding House” “The College House” “The Sunday School House” “the God who answereth by Orphanages LET HIM BE GOD!”

10 Spurgeon the author 1854 Penny Pulpit 1855 1 st edition sermons Joseph Passmore (deacon) printer & partner in Passmore & Allibaster 1865: 25,000 weekly subscriptions! 1865: monthly magazine The Sword & Trowel ‘A record of Combat with Sin and Labor for the Lord” The Saint and His SaviourAll of Grace

11 Spurgeon the Soul Winner “I will do better; I will stay in London and try to save 50 souls!” 14,000 + members of Metropolitan Tabernacle The winds of hell have blown The world its hate hath shown, Yet it is not o’erthrown. Hallelujah for the Cross! It shall never suffer loss! The Lord of hosts is with us, the God of Jacob is our refuge!

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