Spurgeon, Heir of the Puritans
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon was surely one of God’s choicest gifts to His church in Britain, and indeed throughout the world. From the day of his conversion as a lad of sixteen until the day of his death, he had a single eye to the glory of God. Molded by the Puritans and standing in their noble tradition, he lived for God in the pulpit, in the study, in the home, in the college, and in the orphanage. This biography will inspire those who read it to walk in this great heritage.
Baker Book House
Ernest W. Bacon