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Charles G. Finney Sermon Collection [cgfSermons] 1.0

Over 100 sermons, 3 volumes.

  1. Brandon Staggs
    001. Blessed are the Poor in Spirit
    002. The Eyes Opened to the Law of God
    003. Hardness of Heart
    004. Fearing the Lord and Walking in Darkness
    005. Christian Witnesses for God
    006. Weights and Besetting Sins
    007. The Old Man and the New
    008. The Sin of Fretfulness
    009. Seeking the Kingdom of God First
    010. Rejoicing in Boastings
    011. The Folly of Refusing to Be Saved
    012. The Church Bound to Convert the World
    013. Governing the Tongue
    014. Dependence on Christ
    015. Coming Up Through Great Tribulation
    016. Having a Good Conscience
    017. On the Lord's Supper
    018. Responsibility of Hearing the Gospel
    019. The Rule By Which the Guilt of Sin Is Estimated
    020. God Manifesting Himself to Moses
    021. Forfeiting Birth-right Blessings
    022. The Blessedness of Enduring Temptation
    023. Coming to the Waters of Life
    024. Afflictions of the Righteous and the Wicked Contrasted
    025. On Becoming Acquainted With God
    026. Substitution
    027. Refuges of Lies
    028. Pride of Heart Deceives
    029. The Excuses of Sinners
    030. The Spirit of Christ, and the Spirit of True Christianity
    031. The Self-hardening Sinner's Doom
    032. Receiving Honor From Men and Not From God
    033. The Peace of God Ruling in the Christian's Heart
    034. Judicial Blindness
    035. Jesus, a Savior From Sinning
    036. God's Anger Against the Wicked
    037. God Not Pleased With the Death of the Wicked
    038. Evil Thinking
    039. The Death of Saints Precious
    040. The Foundation, Conditions, and Relations of Faith
    041. The Wicked Heart Set to Do Evil
    042. Valedictory Services
    043. The Loss When a Soul Is Lost
    044. Jesus Christ Doing Good
    045. Awaking From the Sleep of Spiritual Death
    046. The Fearful Results of a Spiritual Relapse
    047. Paul and Felix; or Preaching and Procrastination
    048. Guilt Modified By Ignorance
    049. Election and Reprobation
    050. Christ Tempted, Suffering, and Able to Succor the Tempted
    051. The Child-like Spirit an Essential Condition of Entering Heaven
    052. All Things Conspire for Evil to the Sinner
    053. All Things for Good to Those That Love God
    054. The Sinner's Excuses Answered
    055. The Rich Man and Lazarus
    056. Losing One's First Love
    057. Jehovah's Appeal to Sinners and Backsliders
    058. God's Love for a Sinning World
    059. Where Sin Occurs God Cannot Wisely Prevent It
    060. The Wants of Man and Their Supply
    061. Variety in the Service Offered to God
    062. The Ways of Sin Hard; of Holiness, Pleasant
    063. On Quenching the Spirit
    064. What Men Highly Esteem, God Abhors
    065. The Indications and the Guilt of Backsliding
    066. God's Commandments Not Grievous
    067. The Christian's Genuine Hope
    068. On Neglecting Salvation
    069. Losing First Love
    070. On Injustice to Character
    071. God Has No Pleasure in the Sinner's Death
    072. God's Goodness Toward Men Basely Requited
    073. On Being Almost Persuaded to Be Christians
    074. Adorning the Doctrine of God Our Savior
    075. God's Love for a Sinning World
    076. On Trusting in the Mercy of God
    077. The Wages of Sin
    078. The Savior Lifted Up, and the Look of Faith
    079. The Excuses of Sinners Condemn God
    080. The Sinner's Excuses Answered
    081. Moral Insanity
    082. Conditions of Being Saved
    083. The Sinner's Natural Power and Moral Weakness
    084. On the Atonement
    085. Where Sin Occurs God Cannot Wisely Prevent It
    086. The Inner and the Outer Revelation
    087. Quenching the Spirit
    088. The Spirit Not Striving Always
    089. Christ Our Advocate
    090. God's Love Commended to Us
    091. Prayer and Labor for the Gathering of the Great Harvest
    092. Converting Sinners a Christian Duty
    093. Men Often Highly Esteem What God Abhors
    094. Victory Over the World Through Faith
    095. Death to Sin Through Christ
    096. The Essential Elements of Christian Experience
    097. Breaking Up the Fallow Ground
    098. Men Invited to Reason Together With God
    099. Salvation Difficult to the Christian, Impossible to the Sinner
    100. The Salvation of Sinners Impossible
    101. Any One Form of Sin Persisted in Is Fatal to the Soul
    102. The Wrath of God Against Those Who Withstand His Truth
    103. On Believing With the Heart
    104. On Being Holy
    105. On Self Denial
    106. On Following Christ
    107. Conditions of Prevailing Prayer
    108. An Approving Heart Confidence in Prayer
    109. On Praying Always
    110. On Prayer for the Holy Spirit
    111. Afflictions of the Righteous and the Wicked Contrasted

    "And he said unto them all, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me." — Lu 9:23.

    IN order to understand this solemn declaration of our Lord, the first important point to be ascertained is this, What is the true idea of taking up the cross and denying one's self?

    This question presupposes the existence of appetites and propensities which call for indulgence, and then it means, obviously, that in some cases this indulgence must be refused. This is the precise point of the text; a man who will follow Christ must deny himself in the sense of denying the gratification of all appetites and propensities whenever and how far so- ever such gratifications are forbidden by the law of benevolence. All impulses towards self-indulgence, whether in the line of avoiding things we fear or seeking things we love, must be denied, and ruled down by a determined will, whenever indulgence is not demanded, but is forbidden by the law of love. Within the limits of God's law, these constitutional appetites may be indulged; beyond those limits, they must be denied. At whatever point they run counter to the law of love to God or love to man, they must be put down.

    The thing demanded, therefore, by this law of Christ's kingdom is that you consult and obey the will of Christ in this whole matter of self-indulgence; that you obey neither desire nor appetite; that you never gratify your love of approbation; never seek any forms of personal enjoyment in disobedience to Christ. You must never do this where duty is known, lest you displease God, for plainly He has rightful control over all your powers.

    Under this principle you must do all your duty to your fellowmen; whether to their bodies or to their souls, denying all those worldly desires and propensities which would conflict with this duty, making Jesus Christ Himself your model and his expressed will your perpetual rule.

    The question will arise in many minds, Why does Christ demand of us self-denial? .....


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