From the Pulpit of
Albuquerque Sovereign Grace
Baptist Church

From Brother Daniel Sharpes:

Mother's Day, 2004

Father's Day, 2004

Truth and Doctrine in Second John


 Some people are very much afraid of this truth. They say, "It is true, I dare say, but still you ought not to preach it before a mixed assembly; it is very well for the comfort of God's people, but it is to be very carefully handled, and not to be publicly preached upon." Very well, sir, I leave you to settle that matter with my Master. He gave me this great book to preach from, and I cannot preach from anything else. If he has put anything in it you think is not fit, go and complain to him, and not to me. I am simply his servant, and if his errand that I am to tell is objectionable, I cannot help it. If I send my servant to the door with a message, and he delivers it faithfully, he does not deserve to be scolded. Let me have the blame, not the servant. So I say; blame my Master, and not me, for I do but proclaim his message. "No," says one, "it is not to be preached." But it is to be preached. Every word of God is given by inspiration, and it is profitable for some good end. Does not the Bible say so?

Excerpt from C.H. Spurgeon:

Sovereign Grace and man's responsibility

From Other Sources:

For God so Loved the world

What Should We Think
Of Evangelism and Calvinism?

From the Spurgeon Archives:

The Sum and Substance of All Theology

Election no Discouragement to Seeking Souls

A Defence of Calvinism.


Sovereign Grace and Man's Responsibility

Exposition of the Doctrines of Grace