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Charles Spurgeon was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. He frequently preached to audiences numbering more than 10,000, without the help of microphones and speakers. Listen to performances of two of Spurgeon's sermons: "All Joy in All Trials," and "Daily Blessings for God's People."
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  • Sup
  • 17-07-16

Blessing to my soul!

Narrator was wonderful because it was actually Spurgeon. I was so blessed by this message. Expecially when he expounded that the Issues of death belong to God in Psalm 66. Since my son has gone to Glory it was expecially helpful to me. Thank you for you efforts amd this sermon.

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  • Margaret Georges
  • 16-04-16

kind soothing gentle voice

I listen to this over and over to calm me. Charles Spurgeon truly walked worthy of our sweet Lord Jesus Christ

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  • Steven
  • 23-07-18

Great privilege to hear a voice

It is a wonder to hear a voice from a preacher who was drawing audiences of 12,000 listeners before the American Civil War began. I expected to hear a super refined heavily British accented orator. Instead I heard a clear, articulate and simple speaker. He sounded approachable and fatherly. I would have liked more information on how we have come to have a recording from so long ago.