How All Things Work: Two Messages from Charles G. Finney and Charles H. Spurgeon for Today (Finney and Spurgeon Face to Face Book 7) Charles Finney

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Published: February 10th 2015

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How All Things Work: Two Messages from Charles G. Finney and Charles H. Spurgeon for Today (Finney and Spurgeon Face to Face Book 7)  by  Charles Finney

How All Things Work: Two Messages from Charles G. Finney and Charles H. Spurgeon for Today (Finney and Spurgeon Face to Face Book 7) by Charles Finney
February 10th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 36 pages | ISBN: | 6.73 Mb

The seventh book in the Finney and Spurgeon Face to Face series is How All Things Work, where the messages of Charles G. Finney and Charles H. Spurgeon come face to face. How All Things Work teaches the meaning of one of the most beloved andMoreThe seventh book in the Finney and Spurgeon Face to Face series is How All Things Work, where the messages of Charles G. Finney and Charles H. Spurgeon come face to face. How All Things Work teaches the meaning of one of the most beloved and encouraging verses of Scripture for Christians, Romans 8:28 – “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” The answer to the question, “How do all things work?” is simple.

For the Christian, all things work for their good. For the unbeliever, all things and events are ruinous. Spurgeon issued this warning to unbelievers: “‘All things work together for good,’ but not to everyone- they only work together for the good of ‘them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.’” Finney began his message by saying, “All events that occur are providential- that is, they occur under the universal government of God, and occur as they do either because the hand of God controls and shapes them, or because His wisdom permits them to occur as they do rather than interpose to prevent them.

Hence all events reveal God.” At the beginning of his message, Spurgeon includes an exposition of “according to his purpose,” where he considers the doctrine of election closely. His doctrine of election needs to be considered in the context of his sermon on The Prodigal Son.

To learn more about how good things are ruinous for the sinner, see the sermon by Finney, All Events, Ruinous to The Sinner which is included in Principles of Peace: Finney’s Lessons on Romans, Volume II.Without question among Nineteenth Century preachers and revivalists, Finney was America’s greatest revivalist and Spurgeon was England’s greatest preacher.

Both men led thousands to faith in Jesus Christ during their lifetimes, and both men influence students of the Bible, and Christian preachers, revivalists, and theologians today. These two great Bible expositors can be studied together by reading their sermons on the same Biblical themes. Often contrasted in secondary sources, with the books in the Finney and Spurgeon Face to Face series readers can compare as well as contrast these men by reading what they actually taught.Charles Grandison Finney [1792-1875] has been considered America’s Greatest Revivalist.

He also served as theological professor and president of Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, which he helped found in 1833. In 1980, L.G. Parkhurst, Jr. began publishing the works of Charles Finney, beginning with Principles of Prayer, through Bethany House Publishers. More recently he has published Finney’s works through Agion Press, beginning with all of his sermons on Paul’s Letter to the Romans in three volumes, Principles of Righteousness, Principles of Peace, and Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit.Charles Haddon Spurgeon [1834-1892] has been considered the Prince of Preachers.

He founded Spurgeon’s College in 1856 in London, England, which was named after him following his death. In 1988, L.G. Parkhurst, Jr. published The Believer’s Secret on Intercession, a devotional from the writings of Andrew Murray and C.H. Spurgeon, through Bethany House Publishers.



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