Posts Tagged ‘Primitive Methodist Chapel’



5/3/1850 Sixteen-year-old Charles H. Spurgeon

made a public profession of faith in Jesus Christ

in a Primitive Methodist Chapel, Colchester, England.

Spurgeon began a preaching career the next year

which did not end until his life ended (1892).

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“The Refiner is never far from the mouth of the furnace when His gold is in the fire.”

“Learn to say No.  It will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin.”

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, on this date, 5/3/1850 made a public confession of faith in Jesus Christ.  He was fifteen years of age.  The church was a Primitive Methodist Chapel.  The town was Colchester, England.  Thus began a life time of preaching (within a year) that ended only in death (1/31/1892).  Spurgeon was born 6/19/1834 at Essex, England.

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