|Charles Haddon Spurgeon
(June 19, 1834 – January 31, 1892)
Pastored in London England from 1855 to 1892.
He preached over 6,000 sermons and
130 (over 2%) of which were on prayer.
Over the 37 years of his preaching
he preached on prayer every 3.4 months.
His frequency indicates his appreciation for prayer and is a key to his
abundant blessings in ministry.
In this 21st century it seems that preachers seldom, if ever, preach on this
subject. If pastors would preach on prayer once a quarter and mandate a
prayer meeting like Spurgeon had the church today would be in much better
conditon than it is.
Below are the 130 sermons
|C.H. Spurgeon's Sermons on Prayer
Supplying resource material for praying believers and their leaders on:
Prayer and The Prayer Meeting
Other Subjects: The Attributes of God, The Death of Christ.
Taken from the following books:
C.H. Spurgeon's Prayers
The Pastor in Prayer
Behold the Throne of Grace
Many of these prayers of Spurgeon have been “personalized” by taking the
Elizabethan language out and replacing it with contemporary language such as:
“Thee” and “thou” replaced with “you”, and “taketh” replaced with take or taken.
References like “London” have been replace with “city”. Sometimes sentences have
been omitted because they don't have any meaning for today, this is indicated by
showing a series of periods (…..) .
|Some people visiting the Metropolitan Tabernacle