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The Soul Winner (The Spurgeon Collection) Paperback – March 20, 2015
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". . . full of the pith, humour and wisdom one expects of Spurgeon . . . it was to God that Spurgeon looked and expected blessing and that he received it . . . It is heartening to read of the joys and problems associated with the preaching of the Gospel . . . he had the ability to go to the heart of matters . . . This is a book to relish and enjoy, and then to apply, under the earnest seeking for the blessing of God, to today's world." (English Churchman)
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C. H. Spurgeon, the great Victorian preacher, was one of the most influential people of the second half of the 19th Century. At the heart of his desire to preach was a fierce love of people, a desire that meant he did not neglect his pastoral ministry.
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This book speaks about how to win souls for the kingdom of God. Throughout this book we are given knowledge about God’s business, obstacles we may face, and the rewards of soul winning. It also gives us a better understanding of the nature of God, His desired and needs for His children. There is no limit to the love of God, so there should be no limit to our willingness to help the Lord, build the kingdom, and change the world.
I can agree with this book in many aspects of souls winning, and with many of the God’s requirements. However, I do have a problem with the manner of which the author writes. The information is crucial, but the book is contradictory to its teaching. I do not know if the author was just using descriptive words, humor or meant to blatantly disrespectful “He was a wild Red Indian sort of man. I have heard of him taking a bird. Plucking it, and eating it raw in the field. This is not the act of a Christian man, it is not one of the things that are comely, and of good repute” (Spurgeon, Charles, 2014, p.20)
“I never heard anything more of her except that her whole time was spent in dressing herself as smartly as she could, and in frequenting gay society. She is a type of those who has not much mental furniture; and if the grace of God does not take possession of any empty space, they will soon go back into the world” (Spurgeon, Charles, 2014, p.21) these comments are there to reflect on in his experiences I understand that, but why the dislike for people he could not help? I believe this is a Christian book, with so much to offer, but it could be taken as offensive. The fact is there is unwarranted judgment aimed at the lost within these pages, creating an atmosphere of superiority, and not love.
I believe this book could be used to increase God’s kingdom and to build an effective ministry, however, if the context of this book, are not taken as humorous, it would not only teach us to save souls, but could set the stage for us to judge and hate the people who do not convert. This is not the way of a Christian.
"The gospel will be found equal to every emergency; an arrow which can pierce the hardest heart, a balm which will heal the deadliest wound. Preach it, and preach nothing else."