The Cross Before The Crown by Ernest LeVos
|Title||The Cross Before the Crown|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (18341892), as his sermons and expositions testify, treasured the last words of the Lord Jesus Christ on the cross. In his ministry, Spurgeon made the whole life of Christ worth beholding: His life, death, resurrection, and His work as the heavenly mediator. In his book, The Cross before the Crown: Charles Spurgeon on Christs Last Words on the Cross, the author brings together twenty-two sermons and six expositions by Spurgeon; one sermon by Octavius Winslow (18081878), and one selection by Matthew Henry (16621714) from his Commentary. Meant to be used as a devotional, this book will help you develop a deeper understanding of Christs ultimate sacrifice for us, His believers. In his sermons, with the effective ministration of the Holy Spirit (Spurgeon leaned very heavily on the aid of the Spirit), he constantly exalted the One greater than all the patriarchs, prophets, priests, and princesses. The Cross before the Crown: Charles Spurgeon on Christs Last Words of the Cross is a testament to Spurgeons power as the Prince of Preachers.