Why Spurgeon spoke of his conversion so much in his Preaching

. . . and he told the story 280 times in sermons.
But Spurgeon draws our attention to his own experience of conversion for a much greater reason than to fill out the pages of his biography accurately. He draws our attention to his own conversion so that we too can look to Jesus, where salvation is.
—Fred Sanders, “Today Charles Spurgeon was Converted” (January 6, 2009).
C. H. Spurgeon
January 6, 2009


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