Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, was also a man of prayer. His sermons on prayer contained within this Pure Gold Classic will lead you to the very throne of grace, where you will obtain mercy and find grace to help in times of need. Spurgeon said: "One night alone in prayer might make us new men, changed from poverty of soul to spiritual wealth, from trembling to triumphing". Sometimes we think we are too busy to pray. That is a great mistake, for praying is a saving of time. We cannot all argue, but we can all pray; we cannot all be leaders, but we can all be pleaders; we cannot all be mighty in rhetoric, but we can all be prevalent in prayer. Whether we like it or not, asking is the rule of the Kingdom. Saints of the early church reaped great harvests in the field of prayer and found the mercy seat to be a mine of untold treasures. Spurgeon's words will change the way you think about prayer and the way you pray.
About the Author
CHARLES SPURGEON (1834–1892) was born in Essex, England. He preached his first sermon when he was sixteen years old. He became a pastor at the age of seventeen. He went on to become known as "the Prince of Preachers," and eventually pastored London's 6000–seat Metropolitan Tabernacle. His writings continue to lead readers closer to the Lord.