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Talks to Farmers
- Reflections on Spiritual Growth
- Lu par : Alan Irving
- Durée : 10 h et 54 min
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What can God’s creation teach us about ourselves, our communities, and modern Christianity? Talks to Farmers: Inspiring, Uplifting, Faith-Building Meditations, written by world renowned preacher Charles H. Spurgeon, uncovers the lessons we can learn from taking a closer look at nature. Includes foreword by New York Times best-selling author, pastor, and Spurgeon admirer John MacArthur.
First published in 1882, Talks to Farmers is a collection of 19 of Spurgeon's best-known sermons. Within each chapter, Spurgeon artfully breaks down biblical parables, psalms, and passages through an agricultural lens to teach you timeless spiritual truths and deepen your relationship with Christ. Updated for today’s listener, this new edition of Talks to Farmers is designed to cultivate your faith along the way.
Talks to Farmers is a hopeful, encouraging book for every Christian. Convicting and enlightening, Spurgeon's style of dissecting a verse and beautifully weaving it back together for its true purpose—to point us to Christ, our everlasting source of hope and joy—truly shines in this modern edition of Talks to Farmers.
Throughout Talks to Farmers, Spurgeon shares the essential life lessons he’s learned about:
- The importance of developing a healthy prayer life
- How implementing a practice of gratitude can change your perspective on the world forever
- What God's creation can teach us about humanity, society, and modern Christianity
- The power of our day-to-day observations of nature
- The incredible variety of ways in which faith journeys can unfold
- How God cares for us, just as he cares for every creature on earth
Nearly 140 years after these sermons were first delivered, Spurgeon's inspirational messages continue to prove practical and relevant for modern believers, drawing from salt-of-the-earth stories from the Bible that explore our relationship with both God and his creation.