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Neutralize COVID-19 Hysteria With Faith and Kindness Toward Neighbors

Ray Comfort, in his book “Spurgeon Gold: Pure and Refined,” describes Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the 19th-century preacher who ministered in the streets of London during the cholera pandemic of 1854. Spurgeon’s words, says Mr. Comfort, were pure and refined. They were rhetorical and theological gold. Spurgeon, “had the ability to take the hammer of eloquence and nail a particular truth, to pull back the veil of the eternal and give us a fleeting glance.”
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The Effects Of A Lukewarm Church

The great preacher of yesteryear, Charles Spurgeon, once said, “I do not think he [the devil] cares how many Baptist chapels you build, nor how many churches you open, if you have only lukewarm preachers and people in them.” 

Lukewarm Christians are believers who may attend Church, but aren’t completely sold out for Jesus.  They may say all the right “Christian buzzwords,” but aren’t fully committed to the Lordship of Christ.  They have one foot in the Church and the other in the world. They are “lukewarm.”

In the book of Haggai, God confronts the misplaced priorities of the …

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