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* An excerpt from the sermon of this title preached in 1888 by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. This excerpt is taken from the printed copy of the sermon distributed by Chapel Library in Pensacola Florida. This is the suggestion of the present hour:. if the world will not come to Jesus, shall-Jesus tone down his teachings to the world? In other words, if the world will not rise to the church, shall not the church go down to the world? Instead of bidding men to be converted, and come out from among sinners, and be separate from them, let us join...

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Reprinted from the November, 1988 issue of Banner of Truth, Edinburgh, Scotland. Charles Spurgeon lived from 1834 to 1892. An evil is in the professed camp of the Lord, so gross in its impudence, that the most shortsighted can hardly fail to notice it. During the past few years it has developed at an abnormal rate, even for evil. It has worked like leaven until the whole lump ferments. The devil has seldom done a cleverer thing than hinting to the Church that part of their mission is to provide entertainment for the people, with a view to winning them....

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