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 Plenary Absolution by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 103:12  
Description: DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.” — Psalm 103:12. WE shall aim at no novelty to-night, nor shall we try to serve up the old truths in any new and attractive forms. Upon your tables you always require bread, and generally you account salt to be indispensable. Some kinds of food are presented to us over and over again, and it would augur ill for our health if they were not always relished. It was an evil lusting which made Israel tire of the manna; an Israelite in his right mind found it to be a dainty still, though he ate of it for every day of his forty years' pilgrimage. Who tires of the verdure of the fields, the light of the sun, or the air we breathe? These things are ever fresh and new, and ever needful to us. The doctrine of forgiving love is one of those necessaries of daily life, concerning which it may be affirmed that if we should set them before you every day we should not be guilty of vain repetition. None need fear of tiring man, or vexing God's Spirit by harping too much on this string. Therefore come we to our favourite theme to-night. To speak of the great gospel truth of the forgiveness of sin in the simplest manner we possibly can, is the purpose we have immediately in view...
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 The People's Christ by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 89:19  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON SABBATH MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1855, BY THE REV. C. H. SPURGEON, AT EXETER HALL, STRAND. “I have exalted one chosen out of the people.” — Psalm 89:19. ORIGINALLY, I have no doubt, these words referred to David... However, in this sermon we shall not speak of David, but of the Lord Jesus Christ, for David, as referred to in the text, is an eminent type of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, who was chosen out of the people; and of whom his Father can say “I have exalted one chosen out of the people.” Before I enter into the illustration of this truth I wish to make one statement, so that all objections may be avoided as to the doctrine of my sermon. Our Savior Jesus Christ, I say, was chosen out of the people; but this merely respects his manhood. As “very God of very God” he was not chosen out of the people, for there was none save him. He was his Father’s only-begotten Son, “begotten of the Father before all worlds.” He was God’s fellow, co-equal, and co-eternal; consequently when we speak of Jesus as being chosen out of the people, we must speak of him as a man. We are, I conceive, too forgetful of the real manhood of our Redeemer, for a man he was to all intents and purposes, and I love to sing, “A Man there was, a real Man Who once on Calvary died.” He was not man and God amalgamated — the two natures suffered no confusion — he was very God, without the diminution of his essence or attributes...
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 Secret Faults and Presumptuous Sins by Carter Conlon

Topic: Secret Sin
Scripture(s): Psalms 19:1-5  
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 Sing Praises with Understanding by Carter Conlon

Topic: Sing Praises
Scripture(s): Psalms 47:1-9  
Description: June 26, 2005 - When the songs we sing to Jesus are infused with understanding and faith there is a spiritual transformation that happens in God’s people. The devil is not afraid of songs but when praise arises from an understanding mind and a believing heart that is full of a knowledge about the one we are singing about the powers of evil and darkness are broken.
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 Shout unto God with the Voice of Triumph by Carter Conlon

Topic: Triumph
Scripture(s): Psalms 47:1-9  
Description: January 15, 2006 – When we walk in obedience God, He will begin to put a divine order in our lives and He will empower us with the supernatural life of Jesus Christ. We all have enemies we are facing but an obedient heart will open up our spirit to hear the shout of victory and freedom that only Christ can give us. Every Christian that is hungering for truth in this hour of time will have a cry produced in them by the Holy spirit and this cry will shout out to the Glory of God.
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 Living in Fear Where No Fear is by Carter Conlon

Topic: Fear
Scripture(s): Psalms 53:1-6  
Description: February 13, 2007 - When we magnify the power of our enemies over the power of our God we place ourselves in a foolish position. God is more powerful then any enemy that comes our way. Magnifying the enemy over the greatness of our God is saying in our hearts that there is no God. There is a point in our lives when we have to face our fears and believe God to deliver us. God has already defeated every enemy we will ever face in Jesus Christ. We must understand the enemy is not defying us, but rather he is attempting to defy the Christ in us who has purchased us with His own Blood. We are called to be a compelling testimony to this generation and to show that Jesus Christ is alive.
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 The Calmness Of The Trusting Believer Pt 1 by Aeron Morgan

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Scripture(s): Psalm 25  
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 Psalm 51:10 by Earle Maxwell

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Scripture(s): Psalm 51:10  
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 The Value of a Righteous Man by Carter Conlon

Topic: Righteous
Scripture(s): Psalms 73:13-14  
Description: June 18, 2006 – The restraing of evil is found in the presence of the Holy Spirit. We are the temple of thre Holy Spirit and God's presence in our life is a restrainer of evil. When we choose to walk in right relation with God distresses and judgments can be averted by the restraning power of God and this generation has a chance to hear His voice. We must never underestimate the restraing influence in a righteous man who chooses to walk in divine order with God.
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 When the Blessing of God Sends Fear Into the Earth by Carter Conlon

Topic: Peace
Scripture(s): Psalms 67:1-7, 1 Kings 8  
Description: June 25, 2006 – There is a deep abiding inner peace that only comes from Jesus. This peace is deep within those who know and understan Christ and trust that God has everything under control. When God's word is intwined in our heart and mind we will be led down a pathway of peace. This peace is the mark of the work of God. However, when we begin to leave the single pursuit of gloriying God and begin to find pleasure in this world your heart will turn from truth. You wil find yourself being led away form the will of God , led away by a lust to satisfy self, and you will lose the desire to be a servant.
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 The Basis of Faith is Trust by Carter Conlon

Topic: Trust
Scripture(s): Psalms 119:68  
Description: January 24, 2006 – When God sends us through hard times it is because He is investing His life in us. The very essence of our faith is to trust that everything God does is good .The hard times, the times we don’t understand, and the uncomfortable times. Trusting in the goodness of God will allow us to go through any situation with a supernatural peace and we will come out understanding His purpose for our lives
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 Revival - God's Finger Pointing by Lou Sutera

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Scripture(s): Psalm 37:28, Isaiah 61:8  
Description: Revival is simply God's finger pointed at me; it is like lifting the lid off my heart and letting God look inside. Lou Sutera shows how though the end results of revival may be joy and gladness, it begins in judgment. "Revival," he says, "is surgery, not a Band-Aid."
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 The Saint's Horror at the Sinner's Hell by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 26:9  
Description: “Gather not my soul with sinners.” — Psalm 26:9. WE must all be gathered in due course. When time shall have ripened the fruit, it must hang no longer upon the tree, but be gathered into the basket; when the summer's sun has perfectly matured the corn, the sickle must be brought forth, and the harvest must be reaped; to everything there is a season and an end. There shall be a gathering-time for every one of us. It may come to-morrow; it may be deferred another handful of years; it may come to us by the long process of consumption or decline; it may advance with more rapid footsteps, and we may in a moment be gathered to our people. Sooner or later, to use the expressive words of Job, the Almighty shall set his heart upon each of us, and gather unto himself our spirit and our breath. That gathering rests with God! - the prayer of the Psalmist implies it, and many Scriptures affirm it. As Young sings in his Night Thoughts – “An angel's arm can't hurl me to the grave.” Accidents are but God's arrangements; diseases are his decrees; fevers his servants, and plagues his messengers. Our mortality is immortal, till the Eternal wills its death. “Return, ye children of men” can be spoken by none but our heavenly Father, and when he gives the word, return we must without delay...
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 The Goodness of the Lord in the Land of the Living by Carter Conlon

Topic: Goodness
Scripture(s): Psalms 27:11-14  
Description: October 01, 2006 – There will come seasons of sorrow and sickness, seasons when death will knock on our doors and everything will begin to change in our lives. It is in these times that we all have a choice to make. We can choose to stop trusting God because we are confronted with things we don't understand or we can fix our eyes on Jesus and believe that all things work together for the good for those who love God and are called according to His purpose. God is calling us to reflect His Goodness in the land of the living. He wants to use our lives to see that every grave looses its power off those who end up in it.
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 The Alarm by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 57:8  
Description: “I myself will awake early.” — Psalm 57:8. THE proper subject to treat upon with such a text as this would be the propriety and excellence of early rising, especially when we are desirous of praising or serving God. The dew of dawn should be consecrated to devotion. The text is a very remarkable expression, and might fitly be made the early-riser's motto. It is, in the original, a highly poetical phrase, and Milton and others have borrowed or imitated it. 'I will awaken the morning.' So early would the psalmist arise for the praise of God, that he would call up the day, and bid the sun arise from the chambers of the east, and proceed upon his journey. 'I will awaken the morning.' Early rising has the example of Old Testament saints to recommend it, and many modern saints having conscientiously practiced it, have been loud in its praise. It is an economy of time, and an assistance to health, and thus it doubly lengthens life. Late rising is too often the token of indolence, and the cause of disorder throughout the whole day. Be assured that the best hours are the first. Our City habits are to be deplored, because by late hours of retirement at night we find early rising difficult if not impossible. If we are able to escape the shackels of custom, and secure for devotion and contemplation the hour when the dew is on the grass, we may count ourselves thrice happy...
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 The Alarum by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Psalm 57:8  
Description: “I myself will awake early.” — Psalm 57:8. THE proper subject to treat upon with such a text as this would be the propriety and excellence of early rising, especially when we are desirous of praising or serving God. The dew of dawn should be consecrated to devotion. The text is a very remarkable expression, and might fitly be made the early-riser's motto. It is, in the original, a highly poetical phrase, and Milton and others have borrowed or imitated it. 'I will awaken the morning.' So early would the psalmist arise for the praise of God, that he would call up the day, and bid the sun arise from the chambers of the east, and proceed upon his journey. 'I will awaken the morning.' Early rising has the example of Old Testament saints to recommend it, and many modern saints having conscientiously practiced it, have been loud in its praise. It is an economy of time, and an assistance to health, and thus it doubly lengthens life. Late rising is too often the token of indolence, and the cause of disorder throughout the whole day. Be assured that the best hours are the first. Our City habits are to be deplored, because by late hours of retirement at night we find early rising difficult if not impossible. If we are able to escape the shackels of custom, and secure for devotion and contemplation the hour when the dew is on the grass, we may count ourselves thrice happy...
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 The Results Of Returning To Christ by Stephen Kaung

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Scripture(s): Psalms 2:6-8, Proverbs 8:22, Isaiah 9:6  
Description: Stephen continues the series on returning to Christ with this discussion of the results of returning to Christ. These results can be summarized as: Fulfill the eternal purpose of God, Christ begins to transform us, We are ready for Christ, We are prepared for our reward.
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 The Wrath of Satan Shall Praise God by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Psalms 76:4-10  
Description: August 13, 2006. The present wrath that is in the world today is beyond human nature. This wrath is a satanic rage of the powers of darkness against the Lamb of God.But the word of God promises that that the wrath of satan will have to praise God. When Jesus comes on the scene there is no power of hell that can stand against Him. Where sin abounds the grace of God much abounds in a greater measure. In these last days of darkness there is going to be an out pouring of divine grace on every nation.The gates of hell will not prevail against the church of Jesus Christ. The weapon for every child of God is the power of the promises of God.
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 Seeking the Face of God by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Psalms 27:7-8  
Description: August 21, 2005. It is an amazing thing when the one desire we have in life is to seek the face of the Lord and to behold Him in uninterrupted communion. The face of God is His reflection and His likeness. This is a call to get to know who the Lord so we can live like Him. To seek the face of God is to receive the knowledge of who He is , how He acts towards mankind so that you can spend your time seeking Jesus in your everyday situations.
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 Everything is Servant to the Word of God by Carter Conlon

Topic: Word Of God
Scripture(s): Psalms 119:89-91  
Description: January 01, 2006 – God speaks and His words are backed up with a creative power to put in motion the very words He has spoken. The very breath of God’s words are air put into divine motion and has the complete ability to make the truth of God’s promises a living reality in our lives. We are all servant to the word of God and the power of His word has the awesome ability to change and transform our lives. God will uncover the water supply in His word and He will begin to bring abundant life into the depths of our heart.
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