This book contains Charles H. Spurgeon's famous sermon, "Christ Our Passover," in its original, unedited form. A brief introduction and commentary pertaining to the sermon is provided by the editor. Charles Haddon Spurgeon was an English Particular Baptist Preacher born on 19 June 1834. To this day, Spurgeon remains one of the most influential preachers of all time, and has often been referred to as the “Prince of Preachers.” Spurgeon served as pastor over “New Park Street Chapel” in London for approximately thirty-eight years. In addition to pastoring, he was also a well-known author, penning numerous works during his lifetime that included sermons, an autobiography, Bible commentaries, devotionals, poetry, and hymns.
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Beloved pastor CHARLES HADDON SPURGEON (1834-1892) was the son and grandson of Christian ministers. He was converted at age fifteen; by twenty-one, he was London's most popular preacher, ultimately speaking to crowds of six thousand or more at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. He also published many sermons and religious books.