Saturday, January 2, 2016

The Golden Key of Prayer :: Sermon on Prayer by Spurgeon

"Are your griefs little, yet painful, like small points and pricks of thorns? Call unto Me! Is your burden heavy as though it would make your back break beneath its load? Call unto Me!” “Cast your burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain you; He shall never allow the righteous to be moved.” In the valley—on the mountain—on the barren rock—in the briny sea, submerged beneath the billows, and lifted up by-and-by upon the crest of the waves—in the furnace when the coals are glowing—in the gates of death when the jaws of hell would shut themselves upon you—cease not, for the commandment forevermore addresses you with, “Call unto Me.” Prayer is still mighty and must prevail with God to bring you your deliverance. These are some of the reasons why the privilege of supplication is also in Holy Scripture spoken of as a duty—there are many more, but these will suffice this morning." 
-Charles Spurgeon {from his sermon Golden Key of Prayer}

To read the full sermon, click here: Golden Key of Prayer

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