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 Spiritual Religion by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): John 6:63  
Description: INTENDED FOR READING ON LORD'S-DAY, JUNE 3RD, 1900, DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT NEW PARK STREET CHAPEL, SOUTHWARK, ON A THURSDAY EVENING, EARLY IN THE YEAR 1858. “It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing.” — John 6:63. To a casual reader, it looks as if the meaning of this passage lay upon the very surface; but he who has studied the chapter carefully has discovered that it is a sentence replete with many difficulties as to the exact interpretation of it. I shall not, however, waste your time by entering into any critical discussion of it; but shall only try to give you simply what I believe to be the mind of the Spirit, as uttered by the lips of Jesus in this passage; and after I have done that, I shall then revert to what I shall call the meaning which any person would give to it who is not a diligent and careful student of Scripture. That meaning being true, although not the special truth taught in this passage, I shall briefly enlarge upon it. “It is the spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profiteth nothing.” I suppose there is not a man in the world who could form any intelligent idea of what a spirit is. It is very easy for persons to define a spirit by saying what it is not; but I query whether there is, or ever could be, any man who could form any idea of what it is. We sometimes talk about seeing a spirit; ignorant persons in ages gone by, and some living now in benighted villages, talk about seeing spirits by night.
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 The Deadly Danger of Humanism by B.B. Caldwell

Topic: Humanism
Scripture(s): John 6:63  
Description: nil
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 (John) The Patter Of The People by Willie Mullan

Topic: The World Need
Scripture(s): John 7:40-53  
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 Never Man Spake by Welcome Detweiler

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Scripture(s): John 7:46  
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 Money, Mules and Travel by Carter Conlon

Topic: Voice Of God
Scripture(s): Psalm 60:1-5, John 8:47, Amos 8:11-14  
Description: November 23, 2008 - In these last days we have to know the voice of God and the cry of God. Jesus longs to reveal Himself to His church and with that revelation will come the knowledge of His burden for the lost. If we desire to hear God's voice we have to hear the whole package, the provision of God and the cry of God for the helplessness of humanity. We must offer all that we are so that God's heart would be satisfied in the earth. If you are willing to be given for others you will know and hear the voice of Jesus. The question is, "will you give your all for the glory of God"?
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 (John) The Gracious Gaze by Willie Mullan

Topic: Graciousness
Scripture(s): John 9:1-12  
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 The Spur by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): John 9:4  
Description: DELIVERED ON LORD'S-DAY MORNING, JULY 31ST, 1870, BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work.” — John 9:4. IF this ninth chapter of John is intended to be a continuation of the history contained in the eighth, as we think it is, it brings before us a very extraordinary fact. You will observe in the eighth chapter that our Lord was about to be stoned by the Jews; he therefore withdrew himself from the circle of his infuriated foes, and passed through the crowd, not I think in a hurried manner, but in a calm and dignified way, as one not at all disconcerted, but wholly self-possessed. His disciples, who had seen his danger, gathered round him while he quietly retreated. The group wended their way with firm footsteps till they reached the outside of the temple. At the gate there sat a man well known to have been blind from his birth; our Savior was so little flurried by the danger which had threatened him, that he paused and fixed his eye upon the poor beggar, attentively surveying him. He stayed his onward progress to work the miracle of this man's healing. If it be so that the two chapters make up but one narrative, and I think it is, though we are not absolutely sure, then we have before us a most memorable instance of the marvellous calmness of our Savior while under danger...
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 Don't Miss Your Miracle by Vance Havner

Topic: Miracles
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 5, John 9:7  
Description: nil
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 Divine Eye Wash by Ian Paisley

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Scripture(s): John 9:7  
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 Speak for Yourself. A Challenge! by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): John 9:21  
Description: DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “He is of age; ask him: he shall speak for himself.”-John 9:21 THOSE of you, dear friends, who were present this morning will remember that our subject was “Jesus Christ himself.” We dwelt upon his blessed person. Our faith is fixed on him; our affections are drawn to him; our hopes all bend toward him. Though everything he said or did is precious, yet Jesus himself stands first in our estimation. To know him, to believe him, to love him, is the very essence of our Christianity. Tonight we change our theme. There is a “himself” in our text this evening- a “himself” ‘tis true of a much humbler order. How stand we each one for himself? Our individuality and the personal responsibilities which fall upon ourselves in reference to Christ must not be lost sight of. If, for instance, a spiritual miracle has been wrought upon us, if we are obliged to confess-nay, if we are delighted to confess-that he has opened our eyes, then we are bound, especially those of us who are of ripe understanding, who may be said to be of full age, we are bound to bear our own personal testimony to him. The allegation and the appeal may alike apply to each one of us, “He is of age; ask him: he shall speak for himself.” Jesus Christ himself bore our sins, as we heard this morning. He gave himself for us, he served us, not by proxy, but by personal consecration; not by alms doled out pitifully, but by his life surrendered...
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 SING UNTO THE LORD by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): John 9:24  
Description: God, as an almighty, omnipotent and loving Father, is worthy and deserving of our praise. This meditation is about praise, the highest calling of man.
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 Where Does Passion Come From? by Paul Washer

Topic: Passion
Scripture(s): Isaiah 6:1-7, John 12:41  
Description: Paul Washer sets out to answer the question of where his passion comes from, and in so doing he traces a path to the holiness and extra-ordinary majesty of God as seen by Isaiah. He reveals his own love for Godly men of old, who thought great thoughts about God, and whose writings have been influential in his own life. Reading from some of their writings, as well as his own notes, he explains something of what Isaiah saw. The Apostle John shows that Isaiah saw a revelation of the Son (thereby proving his eternal deity), yet Isaiah saw only an image, reduced to what his finite capacity could receive. Holiness is so much more than we think; holiness is the highest statement which could ever be made in regard to God; it speaks of separateness and uniqueness. And what is the effect of its revelation? We are faced with our own uncleanness and nothingness in the presence of a holy God; yet at the same time a Saviour is revealed to us in his condescending love. Let all flesh be abased, that God’s glory may be the more elevated. (73 minutes)
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 (John) The Glory Of The Lord by Willie Mullan

Topic: Glory Of The Lord
Scripture(s): John 18:1-11  
Description: nil
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 (Following The Footsteps Of Christ) The Garden Of Gethsemane by Willie Mullan

Topic: Garden Of Gethsemane
Scripture(s): John 18:1-14  
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 (John) The Sinfulness Of Man by Willie Mullan

Topic: Sinfulness Of Man
Scripture(s): John 18:12-32  
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 (Following The Footsteps Of Christ) The Jewish Trial by Willie Mullan

Topic: Footsteps Of Christ
Scripture(s): John 18:12-27  
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 Clashing Kingdoms by Mike Sharrett

Topic: Jesus Arrest
Scripture(s): John 18:12-40  
Description: We’re gone from a quiet olive grove to the power center of Israel. The sparks are flying. Why? Friction. Kingdoms are clashing. God wants to enrich our faith by showing us the glory of Christ’s kingdom, compared to the impotence of three competing kingdoms, and thus save you from an inferior foundation for your life. 1. The pride of self-righteous religion (the high priest). 2. The fear of the individualist (Peter). 3. The power of the cynical, unbelieving world. (Pilate)
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 (Following The Footsteps Of Christ) The Roman Trial by Willie Mullan

Topic: Footsteps Of Christ
Scripture(s): John 18:28-32  
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 (John) Jesus In The Judgement Hall by Willie Mullan

Topic: Judgement Hall
Scripture(s): John 18:33-40,John 19:1-6  
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 Jesus, The King of Truth by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): John 18:37  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 19TH, 1872, BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “Pilate therefore said unto him, Art thou a king then? Jesus answered, Thou sayest that I am a king. To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth. Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice.” — John 18:37. THE season is almost arrived when by the custom of our fellow-citizens we are led to remember the birth of the holy child Jesus, who was born “king of the Jews.” I shall not, however, conduct you to Bethlehem, but to the foot of Calvary; there we shall learn, from the Lord's own lips, something concerning the kingdom over which he rules, and thus we shall be led to prize more highly the joyous event of his nativity. We are told, by the apostle Paul, that our Lord Jesus Christ before Pontius Pilate witnessed a good confession. It was a good confession as to the manner of it, for our Lord was truthful, gentle, prudent, patient, meek, and yet, withal, uncompromising, and courageous. His spirit was not cowed by Pilate's power, nor exasperated by his sneers. In his patience he possessed his soul, and remained the model witness for the truth — both in his silence and in his speech. He witnessed a good confession also, as to the matter of it; for, though he said but little, that little was all that was needful.
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