How Walking Can Save Your Life

Spurgeon Quotes

In honor of Charles Spurgeon’s birthday last Friday, this week we’re bringing you Spurgeon’s comments on walking by faith and not by sight. Walking by faith is both a posture and an activity, symbolizing our actions in following Jesus. “For we walk by faith, not by sight.”—2 Cor. 5:7. I think the apostle is here explaining how […]

Wednesdays on the Word: Chaos, Death…and Life


On this weeks Wednesdays on the Word, Andrew Fuller, an English Baptist who worked with William Carey to start the modern missions movement, discusses God’s covenant with Noah in Genesis 9. The mercy and goodness of God are made known in the gracious covenant that he makes with Noah after the flood. After death, life […]

Wednesdays on the Word: What are We to Sow?


In this week’s Wednesdays on the Word, Charles Spurgeon explains Jesus’ parable of the sower in Matthew 13. In this final section of his sermon, he provides a glimpse into the work of the sower and how it parallels the work of the church today. III. I must answer briefly the last of the three […]

Wednesdays on the Word: Found in Christ


Paul’s letters are chocked full of amazingly deep theology. Whether its the revelation of God’s plan for Jews and Gentiles in Romans 9-11, the divinity of Jesus in Philippians 2:5-11, or his reflections on the nature of the church in the Pastoral Epistles, Paul has bequeathed to the church a treasure-trove through his writings. One of the […]

Wednesdays on the Word: John Broadus on the Transfiguration

Matthew 17:5 [widescreen]

In today’s Wednesdays on the Word, John Broadus, second president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and acclaimed preacher, explores the event of the transfiguration in Mark 9:2-7.  I. The Transfiguration. 2–13. (comp. Matt. 17:1–13; Luke 9:28–36.) The place of this Wonderful and impressive event was certainly not Mount Tabor, the traditional place, for the […]

Wednesdays on the Word: Is Jesus God?


Church history is a fascinating subject. Whether its the Reformation period or the Middle Ages, Christians have thought deeply about God and the Bible. However, the most vibrant (and vital) period in church history belongs to the Early Church era, spanning from the death of the apostles to the death of Augustine. Why should this […]

Wednesdays on the Word: On Mission in the Presence of the Lord


John Piper famously begins his work Let the Nations Be Glad! with a declaration of the crucial importance of missions: “Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.” The heartbeat of missions is Jesus Christ, the resurrected Lord of the universe. Since the church’s foundation, the gospel […]

Wednesdays on the Word: John Piper on Knowing Christ Fully


In honor of The Gospel Coalition conference taking place this week, John Piper explores four distinct ways to know Jesus Christ accurately in this week’s Wednesdays on the Word. For more from John Piper, check out the John Piper Sermon Archive, containing over 30 years of John Piper’s sermons and conference lectures on a variety of […]

Wednesdays on the Word: Spurgeon on Psalm 23

Charles Spurgeon

On today’s Wednesdays on the Word, we are looking at Charles Spurgeon’s thoughts on Psalm 23. His expositions on the text of scripture is beloved by millions. His teaching on Psalm 23 is filled with references to Christ and the believer’s walk with their God. For more by Spurgeon, be sure to check out the […]