Sometimes referred to as the “Prince of Preachers,” Charles Spurgeon was famed for preaching at his church in London to crowds of more than six thousand people. With more than twenty-five hundred of his sermons published, this famous preacher has more books in print than any other pastor in history.
In one account from Spurgeon’s life, a young pastor approached the famed preacher and asked if he’d listen to him teach and provide feedback of his presentation.
The young pastor preached a passionate sermon. He waited in excited expectation for Spurgeon’s response.
Spurgeon observed that while the sermon was well-delivered and well-prepared, it was poor.
The young pastor pressed Spurgeon to know why. Continue Reading...