Jesus Came to Save Sinners

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Free Evangelism resource – per case of 72 books.

A thorough message of salvation by faith in Christ, by the “prince of preachers, Charles H. Spurgeon. Updated edition.

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Per case of 72 books
Page count: 152
Size: 5″ x 8″


About the Book

This is a heart-level conversation with you, the reader. Every excuse, reason, and roadblock for not coming to Christ is examined and duly dealt with. If you think you may be too bad, or if perhaps you really are bad and you sin either openly or behind closed doors, you will discover that life in Christ is for you too. You can reject the message of salvation by faith, or you can choose to live a life of sin after professing faith in Christ, but you cannot change the truth as it is, either for yourself or for others. As such, it behooves you and your family to embrace truth, claim it for your own, and be genuinely set free for now and eternity. Come and embrace this free gift of God, and live a victorious life for Him.

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About the Author

Charles Haddon (C. H.) Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a British Baptist preacher. He started preaching at age 17, and quickly became famous. He is still known as the “Prince of Preachers,” and frequently had more than 10,000 people present to hear him preach at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. His sermons were printed in newspapers, translated into many languages, and published in many books.


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2 reviews for Jesus Came to Save Sinners

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kelli Becton

    It is just not possible for me to give this book anything less than five stars! It is full of so much truth, written with authority (from the Word) with a humble spirit.

    Right off the bat, this book opens the door for all of us sinners to come on in and be comfortable and to learn about the God who loves and forgives us.

    A quote from the book, “People don’t really have the right or the power truly to justify the guilty. This is a miracle
    reserved for the Lord alone.

    God, the infinitely just Sovereign, knows there is not a just man upon earth that in doing good does not sin (Ecclesiastes 7:20). Therefore, in the infinite sovereignty of His divine nature and the splendor of His indescribable love, He undertakes the task not so much of justifying the just, as of justifying the ungodly (Mark 2:17).”

    Sound doctrine is presented throughout the book in a no-nonsense, loving manner. One of the things I love most about the writings of Charles Spurgeon is the way that he doesn’t shy away from speaking BOLD truth. We are indeed all rotten sinners, and we ALL have hope in the grace and forgiveness of the King of Kings.

    I cannot help but to draw a contrast between the sound biblical doctrine in this book, and the “feel-good spirituality” that is so prevalent in today’s world. Spurgeon speaks truth with nothing but love, yet does NOT fail to make it clear that without true repentance – there is no remission, no redemption from our sins.

    This book, with the updated, a bit more modern language does a wonderful job of lovingly showing people the cross, urging us to face our sins, repent, and to move forward FREE of those burdens.

    If you know someone who really needs to learn the truth of the Gospel of Jesus – get them this book. As a matter of fact, mature Christians will be refreshed and renewed by it, as well as anyone seeking truth.

    For me, it is an exciting reminder of the job at hand, reaching the lost so that they too can find freedom in Christ Jesus.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    Excellent work written to speak to the heart of any believer or non believer, and encourage the souls of those who doubt their salvation in so great a God. The blessed reminder and focus of Charles Spurgeon’s work is “Christ came to justify the ungodly”; this is good news because we are all ungodly and must lean on Christ’s redemptive work for eternity and in our righteous living as Christians.

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