Spurgeon On The Psalms: Book Four
Spurgeon called this work The Treasury of David, and it truly is a treasury that is filled with jewels, gems, and nuggets of gold from the Book of Psalms. In many ways, this is Spurgeon’s Magnum Opus. His wife, Susannah, said that if her husband had never written any other work, his writings on the Psalms would have become a permanent literary memorial to him. This is the fourth volume in a six-book series. Senior Editor Beverlee Chadwick has sensitively updated and revised this Pure Gold Classic for the modern reader. As you will see, Spurgeon delighted in his study of the Psalms, and it was his desire that readers would search the Psalms further for themselves. Reading this book leads one right into the heart of God.
CHARLES SPURGEON (1834-1892) was born in Essex, England. He preached his first sermon when he was sixteen years old. He became a pastor at the age of seventeen. He went on to become known as “the Prince of Preachers” and eventually pastored London’s 6000-seat Metropolitan Tabernacle. His writings continue to lead readers closer to the Lord.