The Soul Winner

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon     |     Book Summary


Author: Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Publisher: Passmore and Alabaster (original); Christian Focus Publications (Reprint)
Date: 1st Edition in 1865; 2nd Edition (with 5 additional sermons) in 1903;  Reprinted in 2015
Pages: 256

Book Summary of The Soul Winner by Charles Haddon Spurgeon


Scripture teaches that the person who wins souls is wise (Pro. 11:30). In order to be wise Christians who live out the Great Commission, we must be soul-winners. First and foremost, our souls must be won to the gospel.

We proclaim the message of the gospel, and we must not lose sight of this good news. This work is rarely easy, and the path is fraught with many hindrances, but God is with us every step of the way. In fact, soul-winning is utterly dependent upon Him. However, He uses His people and His Word as means of bringing the dead to life.

This costly and dependent work is rewarding, and it will change our entire lives. Soul-winning will become our main work, and we will be seeking every avenue possible to see souls saved. We will long to see the lost brought into the church as well as the backslider return. Even the children in our homes and churches need the gospel, and God has tasked us to take it to them.





The Soul Winner

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Soul Winner by Charles Haddon Spurgeon

AuthorCharles Haddon Spurgeon
PublisherPassmore and Alabaster (original); Christian Focus Publications (Reprint)
Date1st Edition in 1865; 2nd Edition (with 5 additional sermons) in 1903;  Reprinted in 2015
Pages256


Overview:

Scripture teaches that the person who wins souls is wise (Pro. 11:30). In order to be wise Christians who live out the Great Commission, we must be soul-winners. First and foremost, our souls must be won to the gospel.

We proclaim the message of the gospel, and we must not lose sight of this good news. This work is rarely easy, and the path is fraught with many hindrances, but God is with us every step of the way. In fact, soul-winning is utterly dependent upon Him. However, He uses His people and His Word as means of bringing the dead to life.

This costly and dependent work is rewarding, and it will change our entire lives. Soul-winning will become our main work, and we will be seeking every avenue possible to see souls saved. We will long to see the lost brought into the church as well as the backslider return. Even the children in our homes and churches need the gospel, and God has tasked us to take it to them.