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The Fainting Warrior (Romans 7:24,25) - C.H. Spurgeon Sermon



The Fainting Warrior (Romans 7:24,25) - C.H. Spurgeon Sermon

"A sermon delivered by C.H. Spurgeon, Lord's Day morning January 23rd 1859.

Many of us wish we had heard this teaching when we were new to the Christian faith. Spurgeon understood the lifelong battle we all have with sin, and here he explains it to us. Romans 7 has puzzled some believers, as they think it refers to Paul's old life before he was saved. Spurgeon recognized that Paul is simply describing a conflict that every true child of God must endure, even after salvation.

How sweet it is when the preacher describes the loveliness of heaven; when we and sin shall have parted company forever!

Read by: Gavin Childress" from video introduction


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