Come back to where the triumph over sin started, with the Prince of Preachers.
When C. H Spurgeon spoke at communion meetings they were often times of great solemnity, sometimes of rejoicing but always times when God's presence was at work within the hearts of the assembled congregation.
You too, may have felt the thrill of God moving in your heart, or had the experience of meeting with him at a time of worship. You can experience such times again as you read this collection of the addresses Spurgeon gave at the Lord's Supper.
Spurgeon was not only a great orator but he was also a man with a warm pastoral heart. To him the times together around the Lord's table were when both features of his ministry came together. A moment of shared rejoicing and an opportunity to urge the congregation to think more deeply about the great event they were celebrating.
This comes through just as clearly to the reader today as it must have done to the hearer then.
If you need to be re-grounded in the meaning of your faith then Till He Come will be a blessing to you.
About C. H. Spurgeon
C. H. Spurgeon, the great Victorian preacher, was one of the most influential people of the second half of the 19th Century. At the heart of his desire to preach was a fierce love of people, a desire that meant he did not neglect his pastoral ministry.