Richard Alleine – Heaven Opened to the Unconverted.

From  Alleine’s book, Heaven Opened…

Come then, sinner ; what sayest thou ? Dost thou 
consent? Dost thou accept? Or, as Laban to Re- 
bekah, Wilt thou go with this man ? Let me espouse 
thee to this one Husband ; only let me first tell thee, the matter is solemn, and thoii must be serious. It is for life, it is for eternity. Consider therefore, and let thy heart, lying prostrate before the Almighty, come in and make answer to these demands, which from him, and in his great and dreadful name, I make unto thee.

Heaven Opened to the Unconverted

Charles Spurgeon – Story of Spurgeon’s Conversion

I cried to God with groanings—I say it without exaggeration—groanings that cannot be uttered! And oh, how I sought, in my poor dark way, to overcome first one sin and then another, and so to do better, in God’s strength, against the enemies that assailed me, and not, thank God, altogether without success, though still the battle had been lost unless He had come who is the Overcomer of sin and the Deliverer of His people, and had put the hosts to flight.

The Conversion of Charles Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon – Sermon for the Most Miserable of Men

It is a most surprising thing that there should be in this world persons who have the richest consolation near to hand, and persistently refuse to partake of it. It seems so unnatural, that if we had not been convinced by abundant observation, we should deem it impossible that any miserable soul should refuse to be comforted.

Sermon for the Most Miserable of Men

Thomas Goodwin – The Vanity of Thoughts 2 of 2

We ordinarily and naturally lack the ability to raise and extract holy and useful considerations and thoughts from all ordinary occurrences and occasions. But a heart which is sanctified, in whose affections true grace is enkindled, will out of all God’s dealings with him, out of the things he sees and hears, will distil holy and sweet, useful meditations from them.

The Vanity of Thoughts Part 2

Thomas Goodwin – The Vanity of Thoughts 1 of 2

That which is transacted within the mind is called the thoughts. Whatever manifests themselves, breaking out into actions, are called works. So we see in Genesis 6:5, “Every imagination of the thoughts,”— that is, all that which the mind frames within itself, the purposes, desires, etc.—are “only evil continuously.

The Vanity of Thoughts Part 1

A W Pink – Attributes of God – The Supremacy of God

The “god” of this twentieth century no more resembles the Supreme Sovereign of Holy Writ than does the dim flickering of a candle the glory of the midday sun. The “god” who is now talked about in the average pulpit, spoken of in the ordinary Sunday School, mentioned in much of the religious literature of the day, and preached in most of the so-called Bible Conferences is the figment of human imagination, an invention of maudlin sentimentality.

The Supremacy of God

Charles Spurgeon – The Sinner’s End

Delivered on Sunday Morning, December 28th, 1862 God knoweth that the dying repose of sinners is but the awful calm which heralds the eternal hurricane. The sun sets in glowing colors, but O the darkness of the black tempestuous night. The waters flash like silver as the soul descends into their bosom, but who shall tell the tenfold horrors which congregate within their dreadful deeps.

The Sinner’s End – Spurgeon