Charles Spurgeon

Worship Quote …under the gospel God is to be worshipped in the character of a Father; true worshippers shall worship the Father. This had not been the case before. The Lord had been adored as the Adonai, and reverenced as Jehovah; but to say “Our Father which art in heaven” remains the prerogative of theContinue reading “Charles Spurgeon”

Charles Spurgeon

Worship Quote True devotion under the Christian dispensation is not merely human but also divine. It is the work of the Spirit in the soul returning to its author; or as our hymn puts it— “Prayer is the breath of God in man, Returning whence it came.” These are very grave points, and draw aContinue reading “Charles Spurgeon”

A Brief Outline In The History Of Worship

In connection with the doctrine that we are now to worship more manifestly than ever God in spirit and in truth. It appears from Scripture that worship before the flood was of the very simplest form. The outward ordinances were very few; the chief of them being the offering of sacrifice. This was probably institutedContinue reading “A Brief Outline In The History Of Worship”

Charles Spurgeon

Worship Quote The carnal heart dreads the contact of spiritual truth, and finds a most convenient way of avoiding it by running to questions of holy places, holy times, and holy customs. Jesus, to her astonishment, informs her that the question which she had asked was of only temporary importance. There had been a timeContinue reading “Charles Spurgeon”