Following the warm reception to 365 Days with Spurgeon—based on Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s New Park Street Pulpit sermons—Terence Crosby has edited and selected this second volume of daily readings, which cover Spurgeon’s first six years at London’s Metropolitan Tabernacle.
Because Spurgeon treated every occasion as a unique opportunity for evangelism, an outstanding feature of these extracts is the diversity of the subjects covered, and their relevance to the contemporary Christian.
365 days with Spurgeon Volume 2 also contains a useful Scripture and subject index section, together with a unique guide to where and when Spurgeon preached.
If your usual daily Bible reading notes are becoming too formulaic, these pearls from the ‘Prince of Preachers’ will be a welcome antidote.
About the Author:
Terence Peter Crosby holds a PhD in Classics (Greek and Latin) from London University.
He lives in south London with his wife Daphne. Dr Crosby is the author of Greek to the rescue.
‘Dr Crosby has shown himself a thoroughly qualified and wise editor of Spurgeon; he is obviously wholly in sympathy with the material’