All of Grace by Charles H. Spurgeon


“Meet me in heaven!”These are the concluding words from Charles Spurgeon in his timeless classic, All of Grace. Spurgeon outlines God’s plan of salvation in a clear and concise way, pointing out the futility of relying upon one’s own works for self-righteousness. Instead, we need something more; we need grace. And it is the free grace expressed throughout Scripture that gives us a warm and thankful heart for God’s mercy and love. Salvation, after all, is God’s free gift to all who seek it. It is, All of Grace!



Charles Haddon Spurgeon is one of the world’s most famous preachers. Born in Essex, England in 1834, he converted from the Anglican Church to the Baptist faith at the age of 15 and began teaching Sunday school the following year. While he never attended theology school, by the age of 22 he was most the famous preacher in all of London and went on to preach at the New Park Street Chapel, later the Metropolitan Tabernacle, for 38 years. Spurgeon was an important and influential figure in the Reformed Baptist tradition and is often referred to as the “Prince of Preachers”. Spurgeon was a frequent public speaker at various churches and meeting halls, sometimes giving ten sermons a week to thousands of listeners. He was also a prolific author, publishing books on prayer, devotionals, articles, poetry and hymns. In “All of Grace,” Spurgeon makes a personal plea to all the lost sinners to help them find their way back into the grace of God. In simple and eloquent language, he clearly presents the ultimate message of Christian salvation, that man has a need for grace and God alone can provide it. Spurgeon’s inspirational words continue to guide the faithful and all those seeking answers to this day.

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