Commentary on Matthew: The Gospel of the Kingdom
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Spurgeon’s Commentary on Matthew therefore represents the fruit of a lifetime spent in the study and exposition of Scripture. It bears all the hallmarks of the genius of one who in his day was known as ‘the Prince of Preachers’- reverence for the very words of Scripture, faithful teaching, deep insight, practical application, profound simplicity and spiritual power. Above all, from start to finish, the reader is struck by the author’s unbounded devotion to and commendation of the Lord Jesus Christ- the King who is himself the gospel of the kingdom.
During most of the second half of the 19th century, Charles Spurgeon was England’s best-known preacher, becoming converted to Christianity at the age of 15 in 1850. During the 1850s, London’s largest halls overflowed with people wanting to hear this youthful minister preach. During the 1860s, he founded the Metropolitan Tabernacle, along with a college for pastors and an orphanage, and he was already publishing sermons and a monthly magazine.
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Spurgeon, Charles, (Author)
Banner of Truth (2010), 456 pages