I write everything down (often, I write it down multiple times). From grocery and to-do lists to sermon and devotional notes, I always carry a notebook of some kind with me to keep track of what’s going on in my life.
Naturally, when I was offered the chance to review the Spurgeon Journal from Broadman and Holman, I was more than happy to agree.
This 140-page journal is filled with lined pages and quotes from Charles Spurgeon. The leather binding makes this handsome journal something you won’t mind keeping with your business papers or on your desk. Whether for devotions, sermon notes, a place to keep your thoughts and prayers, or something else entirely, the Spurgeon Journal is a great personal purchase or as a gift for someone else.
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About the Journal
For almost 160 years, Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s earliest sermons were lost to history. Thanks to Christian George and Spurgeon’s College, these powerful words from one of the world’s most popular preachers are now widely accessible to be read, studied, and enjoyed in the twelve volumes of the Lost Sermons of C. H. Spurgeon series.
This journal contains Spurgeon’s own inspirational words culled from these early sermons. On the page directly following each quote, you’ll find the source—the name and number of one of Spurgeon’s early sermons—for easy reference. In addition, the customizable table of contents at the front of the journal and the date feature at the top of each page allow you to keep your thoughts organized.
Whether you use your journal for writing sermons, taking notes, or daily journaling, allow Spurgeon’s stirring words to speak to your life today.
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