Charles Spurgeon was called the Prince of Preachers for good reason. And with his amazing one-year devotional book Morning and Evening, I think he should be called the Prince of Authors as well.
Some people are powerful public speakers, but struggle to make the transition to the written word, but this is definitely not the case with Charles Haddon Spurgeon. This devotional book offers two devotional readings for each day (one for the morning and one for the evening), that are not lightweight, cotton candy thoughts. Each devotional is a thought-provoking mini-sermon that stuck with me throughout the day, and gave me a wonderful prayer point each evening.
If you haven’t read anything from Spurgeon yet, this is a great place to start. If you are familiar with Spurgeon, this is a great place to continue your discovery. If you are looking for a soul-enriching devotional, you can’t go wrong with Morning and Evening.
What a great year-long journey I had with this masterpiece!
December 2, 2021 at 8:19 pm
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