Format: Electronic Sermon
Ministry/Author: Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Description: A Sermon intended for reading on Lord's-day, March 28th, 1897, delivered by C. H. SPURGEON, at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington, On Thursday Evening, July 16th, 1885.
During this time period there was much confusion in the church about what “apart” and “repentance” from sin meant. In this sermon Spurgeon hoped to bring some light on the topic while leading them back to scripture.
“True repentance is always accompanied by sorrow. It has been said by some of those of modern times who disparage repentance that repentance is “nothing but a change of mind.” These words sound as if there was merely some superficial meaning to them; and so, indeed, they are intended by those who use them, but they are not so intended by the Spirit of God. Repentance may be and is a change of mind; but what a change it is!”
-taken from part of the sermon