Life in Christ Vol 5 (eBook)
Volume 5 – A deep, inspiring, and often challenging study of the Lord Jesus Christ’s miracles and parables.
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“Who then is this, that even the wind and the sea obey Him?” (Mark 4:41)
Original title: Miracles and Parables of Our Lord.
A deep, inspiring, and often challenging study of the Lord Jesus Christ’s miracles and parables.
Men who were led by the hand or groped their way along the wall to reach Jesus were touched by his finger and went home without a guide, rejoicing that Jesus Christ had opened their eyes. Jesus is still able to perform such miracles. And, with the power of the Holy Spirit, his Word will be expounded and we’ll watch for the signs to follow, expecting to see them at once. Why shouldn’t those who read this be blessed with the light of heaven? This is my heart’s inmost desire.
I can’t put fine words together. I’ve never studied speech. In fact, my heart loathes the very thought of intentionally speaking with fine words when souls are in danger of eternal punishment. No, I work to speak straight to your hearts and consciences, and if there is anyone with faith to receive, God will bless them with fresh revelation.
– – Charles H. Spurgeon
In this fifth volume, Charles H. Spurgeon expounds on the feeding a crowd of 4,000, the withered fig tree, a leper’s cleansing, Peter’s mother being healed and serving them, and the calming of the sea at Jesus’ command.
List of Chapters
- The Problem of the Age (Mark 8:4)
- The Withered Fig Tree (Matthew 21:17-20)
- Nothing but Leaves (Mark 11:13)
- The Moral of a Miracle (Mark 11:22)
- And Why Not Me? (Matthew 8:2-3)
- The Lord and the Leper (Mark 1:40-42)
- First Healing and Then Service (Matthew 8:14-15)
- The Best House-Visitation (Mark 1:29-33)
- Fever, and Its Cure (Luke 4:38-39)
- The Ministry of Gratitude (Luke 4:39)
- With the Disciples on the Sea of Galilee (Matthew 8:27)
- Christ Asleep in the Vessel (Mark 4:38)
- Why Is Faith So Feeble? (Mark 4:40)
About the Author
Charles Haddon (C. H.) Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a British Baptist preacher. He started preaching at age 16, 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.