Charles Spurgeon - thedivinelyinspiredscriptures

Charles Spurgeon’s universal doctrine of confusion
Spurgeon preached the Broadway i.e. Unitarian Ecumenism, Matthew 7:13-14.
"Our Father." That then, includes those of God's children who differ from us in their doctrine.
Ah! There are some that differ from us as wide as the poles; but yet they are God's children.
{This is the exact opposite of the words of 1 John 4:6 and 1Timothy 6:3-5} Come, Mr. Bigot, do
not kneel down, and say, "My Father," but "Our Father." "If you please, I cannot put in Mr. Soand-So, for I think he is a heretic." Put him in, sir; God has put him in, and you must put him in
too, and say, "Our Father." Is it not remarkable how very much alike all God's people are upon
their knees? Some time ago at a prayer-meeting I called upon two brothers in Christ to pray
one after another, {what's this about? RCC gibberish} the one a Wesleyan and the other a
strong Calvinist, and the Wesleyan prayed the most Calvinistic prayer of the two, I do believe at least, I could not tell which was which. I listened to see if I could not discern some peculiarity
even in their phraseology; but there was none. "Saints in prayer appear as one." (The New Park
Street Pulpit, Vol. IV, p. 390, Sept. 12, 1858,)
Spurgeon is known for his devotional writings that make people feel comfortable in their sins
before going to bed at night.
It strikes me that the tokens of union are much more prominent than the tokens of division. But
what are they? First there is a union in judgment upon all vital matters. I converse with a
spiritual man, and no matter what he calls himself, when we talk of sin, pardon, Jesus, the Holy
Spirit, and such like themes, we are agreed. We speak of our blessed Lord. My friend says that
Jesus is fair and lovely: so say I. He says that he has nothing else to trust to but the precious
blood; nor have I anything beside. I tell him that I find myself a poor, weak creature; he laments
the same. I live in his house a little while: we pray together at the family altar, you could not tell
which it was that prayed, Calvinist or Armenian, we pray so exactly alike; and when we open the
hymn-book, very likely if he happens to be a Wesleyan he chooses to sing, "Jesus, lover of my
soul." I will sing it, and then next morning he will sing with me, "Rock of ages, cleft for me." If
the Spirit of God be in us, we are all agreed upon great points. Let me say that among true
saints the points of union even in matters of judgment are ninety-nine, and the points of
difference are only as one. (Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, Vol. 12, p. 5-6) {This guy was a wolf
of senior magnitude} Really a smooth charlatan seeking to please everyone, this is why he was,
and still is so popular. A man pleaser of great renown.
Most atrocious things have been spoken about the character and spiritual condition of John
Wesley, the modern prince of Arminians. I can only say concerning him that, while I detest many
of the doctrines which he preached, yet for the man himself I have a reverence second to no
Wesleyan; and if there were wanted two apostles to be added to the number of the twelve, I do
not believe that there could be found two men more fit to be so added than George Whitfield
and John Wesley. (C. H. Spurgeon's Autobiography, Vol. 1, p. 173, in "A Defence Of Calvinism,"
The Banner Of Truth Trust edition, bold added)
George Whitfield and John Wesley were complete opposites, Wakefield constantly ridiculed
Wesley. However both were confused about the doctrine. But Wesley was a 100 miles closer to
the truth than Wakefield.
From: jWhat is the heresy of Rome, but the addition of something to the perfect merits of Jesus
Christ, - the bringing in of the works of the flesh, to assist in our justification? And what is the
heresy of Arminianism but the addition of something to the work of the Redeemer? Every
heresy, if brought to the touchstone, will discover itself here. I have my own private opinion
that there is no such thing as preaching Christ and Him crucified, unless we preach what
nowadays is called Calvinism. It is a nickname to call it Calvinism; Calvinism is the gospel, and
nothing else. I do not believe we can preach the gospel, if we do not preach justification by
faith, without works; nor unless we preach the sovereignty of God in His dispensation of grace;
nor unless we exalt the electing, unchangeable, eternal, immutable, conquering love of Jehovah;
nor do I think we can preach the gospel, unless we base it upon the special and particular
redemption of His elect and chosen people which Christ wrought out upon the cross; nor can I
comprehend a gospel which lets saints fall away after they are called, {OSAS} and suffers the
children of God to be burned in the fires of damnation after having once believed in Jesus. Such
a gospel I
If one dear saint of God had perished, so might all; if one of the covenant ones be lost, so may
all be; and then there is no gospel promise true, but the Bible is a lie, and there is nothing in it
worth my acceptance. I will be an infidel at once when I can believe that a saint of God can
ever fall finally. (ibid., 168-169),
Not only did Spurgeon call Arminianism heresy, etc., but he also rejected "the God of the
I do not serve the God of the Arminians at all; I have nothing to do with him, and I do not bow
down before the Baal they have set up; he is not my God, nor shall he ever be; I fear him not, nor
tremble at his presence. (Sermons Preached and Revised by the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, sixth series,
p. 241)
What a hypocrite! John Wesley believed that a "saint of God" can fall into perdition. Spurgeon
said he would be an infidel, the Bible would be a lie, and it would be heresy, if he were to
believe the very thing John Wesley believed. Yet, Spurgeon says of Wesley that he would be a
prime candidate for a position with the twelve apostles. go figure
Now I hate High Churchism as my soul hates Satan; but I love George Herbert, although George
Herbert is a desperately High Churchman. I hate his high Churchism, but I love George Herbert
from my very soul, and I have a warm corner in my heart for every man who is like him. Let me
find a man who loves my Lord Jesus Christ as George Herbert did, and I do not ask myself
whether I shall love him or not; there is no room for question, for I cannot help myself; unless I
can leave off loving Jesus Christ, I cannot cease loving those who love him. (Metropolitan
Tabernacle Pulpit, Vol. 12, p. 6)
Spurgeon in actuality was a Unitarian; this is why he speaks this hypocrisy contradicting himself,
a builder of the broad road to deception and perdition.
What Protestant can refuse to love the holy Bernard? Was there ever a more consecrated
servant of God or a dearer lover of Christ than he? Yet he was most sorrowfully in bondage to
the superstitions of his age and of the Romish Church. (Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, Vol. 29,
p. 192, March 25, 1883)
Bernard was in bondage to the superstitions of his day and the RCC. Spurgeon's tolerance
along with his doctrine grew worse with his age.
I believe there will be more in Heaven than in hell. If anyone asks me why I think so, I answer,
because Christ, in everything, is to "have the pre-eminence", and I cannot conceive how He
could have the pre-eminence if there are to be more in the dominions of Satan than in Paradise.
(C. H. Spurgeon's Autobiography, Vol. 1, p. 171, in "A Defence Of Calvinism")
What is the reason why there are so many sects in the world? Surely it must be because we
don't follow the guidance of the Spirit of God. If we followed the Word of God and the will of
God in all things, we should be very much more alike than we are. I do not think that even then
we should all run in the same groove, for the road to heaven may be sufficiently wide to have
several different paths in it, and yet shall they all be in the same way and in the same road.
(Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, Vol. 61, p. 514-515, Sept., 28, 1870,)
If "Christ is all" to you, you are Christians; and I, for one, am ready to give you the right hand of
brotherhood. I do not mind what place of worship you attend, or by what distinctive name you
may call yourselves, we are brethren; and I think, therefore, that we should love one another. If,
my friends, you cannot embrace all who love the Lord Jesus Christ, no matter to what
denomination they may belong, and cannot regard them as your brethren in the Lord, and as
belonging to the universal Church, you have not hearts large enough to go to heaven.
(Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, Vol. 61, p. 75, date preached unknown)
True unity is formed by the Holy Spirit Ephesians 4:3 through earnestly contending for the faith
Jude 1-3, and it is not created by some man-made list of essentials or "vital matters".
Moreover, Spurgeon himself even recognized the reason for the serious lack of unity among his
fellow false Christians saying, we don't follow the guidance of the Spirit of God. If we followed
the Word of God and the will of God in all things, we should be very much more alike than we
are. (Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, Vol. 61, p. 514-515).
More double -speak. In these words Spurgeon unwittingly acknowledges the reality of the false
Christianity in which he was involved in himself preaching easy grace and a maligned gospel.
. Indeed, they did not (and still do not) "follow the guidance of the Spirit of God" nor did they
follow "the Word of God and the will of God in all things" (Matthew 7:21; 2 Timothy 3:1-4; 4:34). These "all things" include many things which, according to Spurgeon and many false
Christians today, are not "vital matters". It has morphed into the Joel Osteen, John McCarther,
Opera, John Paul 2, Billy Graham gospel
I do not come into this pulpit hoping that perhaps somebody will of his own free will return to
Christ. My hope lies in another quarter. I hope that my Master will lay hold of some of them and
say, “You are mine, and you shall be mine. I claim you for myself.” My hope arises from the
freeness of grace, and not from the freedom of will.
Charles Spurgeon
This is pure Calvinism...
Spurgeon believed man was depraved of seeking God. Nothing about repentance, just that
Jesus may grab some fortunate ones that were predestined, because Spurgeon also believed in
predestination..... Also, the whole pulpit thing is a pagan instrument of authority mingled into
Christianity. He understood neither freewill nor grace.