Mp3 Sermons-C H Spurgeon & Thomas Watson


Introduction: These sermons are Mp3 files made using a text to Mp3 conversion program and a relatively natural sounding voice. While some words may be slightly mispronounced, for the most part the quality and "listen-ability" is reasonably good (not as annoying or robotic sounding as some computer generated messages). I download these files to my Ipod and listen while I'm driving or on a long bike ride. It is quite a treat to be able to "redeem the time" (Ep 5:16) by listening to the "prince of preachers", Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

Instructions: One way to download these sermons is to hold your pointer over the desired sermon and perform a "right mouse" click which will open a list of options from which you choose "Save Target As..." which gives you the choice of where you would like to save the file. Another way to download these files is to Double click the link and the pop up will give you 3 options - "Open" (plays the Mp3 on your computer), "Download" (Allows you to download to your computer or your Ipod for portable listening) or "Cancel".

Note that the files are fairly large (30-40MB) and may take several minutes to download depending on the speed of your internet connection.

Selected Sermons
C H Spurgeon


Ripe Fruit - “My soul desired the first ripe fruit.”- Micah 7:1 - Sermon No. 945 - Delivered on Lord's Day - Morning - August 14th, 1870 by C H Spurgeon at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington

Comment: Excellent Discussion on Spiritual Maturity

Rather Just Read It? Ripe Fruit

Our Stronghold - “The name of the LORD is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe.” — Proverbs 18:10 - Sermon No. 491 - Delivered on Sunday Evening, October 26, 1862 by C H Spurgeon at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington

Length: 42'10" (~38MB)

Comment: Encouraging Message from "the prince of preachers" on what it means to run into the Strong Tower of God.

Rather Just Read It? Our Stronghold

Commentary Notes on Proverbs 18:10: Proverbs 18:10 Commentary

Lessons on Divine Grace - "But by the grace of God I am what I am."- 1Corinthians 15:10 - Sermon No. 2833 by C H Spurgeon - Delivered on the Lord's Day Evening in the Summer, 1861 at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington

Length: 32'29" (~31MB)

Comment: Doctrine of Grace, Experiential Aspects of Grace, Practical Application of Grace.

Rather Just Read It? Lessons on Divine Grace

Commentary Notes on 1Cor 15:10: 1Corinthians 15:10 Commentary

Motives for Steadfastness - "Be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord"- 1Corinthians 15:58 - Sermon No. 1111 by C H Spurgeon - Delivered on the Lord's Day Morning, May 11, 1873

Length: 42 Minutes (38MB)

Comment: Is your Christian life a bit listless? Listen to Spurgeon's challenging exposition of Paul's great exhortation if you need to "prime the pump!"

Rather just read Spurgeon's sermon? Motives for Steadfastness

Commentary on 1Cor 15:58: 1Corinthians 15:58 Commentary

The Blood of the Covenant - Hebrews 13:20, 21 - Sermon No. 1186 by C H Spurgeon - Delivered on the Lord's Day Morning, August 2, 1874

Length: 41 Minutes (38MB)

Comment: This is a wonderful sermon on the New Covenant in which Spurgeon seeks to stimulate saints to pray for Christian life on a higher plane writing "Do not be satisfied with a little, weak, almost imperceptible, pulse of religion, of which you can hardly judge whether it is there or not; but ask to feel the divine energies working within you, the eternal omnipotence of God, struggling and striving mightily in your spirit until sin shall be conquered, and grace shall gloriously triumph. This is a covenant blessing. Seek ye for it."

Rather just read Spurgeon's sermon? The Blood of the Covenant

Marvelous Lovingkindness - Psalm 17:7 - Sermon No. 2702 by C H Spurgeon - Delivered on Thursday Evening, October 20, 1881

Length: 34 Minutes 42 seconds (31.7MB)

Comment: David prayed "Show Thy marvelous lovingkindness" (KJV) What a great prayer. Have you ever prayed this prayer? Do you dare pray such a prayer? Heb 4:16-note invites us to pray boldly drawing "near with confidence to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and may find grace to help in time of need." Given this truth, dare we NOT pray this great prayer? Oh beloved, let us offer up this prayer and "test (Jehovah) now in this, if (He) will not open for (us) the windows of heaven, and pour out for (us) a blessing until it overflows" (Mal 3:10) in Christ Jesus Who became poor that we through His poverty might become rich.(2Co 8:9) Amen

Rather just read Spurgeon's sermon? Marvelous Loving-Kindness - Psalm 17:7

The Lord's Famous Titles - Psalm 146:7, 8, 9 Sermon No. 2347 by C H Spurgeon - Delivered on Lord's Day Evening, November 10, 1889.

Length: 28 Minutes 42 seconds (26.2MB)

Comment: Spurgeon recounts five of Jehovah's titles - Emancipator, Illuminator, Comforter, Rewarder and Preserver - inviting and encouraging us to run into the strong tower of these mighty Names (Pr 18:10) and be lifted up above the swirling storms of life. As you listen to Spurgeon unfold of the truths of God's "Famous Titles", may you be led by the Spirit of Christ to "Ascribe to the LORD the glory due His Name". Amen (Ps 29:2)

Here is a quote from this sermon:

Some are bowed down sadly by the burdens of life. They have more to carry than most men have. They stagger along from day to day beneath a load that threatens to crush them into the dust. Oh, come to my Lord, who gives new strength to bear burdens, for he raises up those that are bowed down! It is wonderful what a man can do when God has laid his hand on him, and said to him, “Be strong.” You are faint, and you will faint without your God; but you will be strong if you come and trust him, for “Jehovah raises them that are bowed down.”

Related Chris Tomlin song: Famous One

Rather just read Spurgeon's sermon? The Lord's Famous Titles - Psalm 146:7-9

The Perpetuity of the Law of God - Matthew 5:18 - Sermon No 1660 by C H Spurgeon - Delivered on Lord's Day morning, May 21, 1882.

Length: 42 minutes (40 MB)

Comment: Although this sermon is somewhat "heavy", it is posted to address the misconception that even though salvation in both Testaments is by grace through faith and not by works of the Law, the Law itself has by no means been annulled, abolished or abrogated. Spurgeon counters such fallacious thinking with eloquent Bibliocentric logic and rhetoric.

Rather just read Spurgeon's sermon? The Perpetuity of the Law of God

Thomas Watson

Deliver Us From Evil - Matthew 6:13 - Thomas Watson

Length: 95 minutes

Comment: Watson gives an exhaustive dissertation on sin - origin, nature, cure, effects followed by pithy, practical instructions and exhortations. You have probably never heard such a convincing and convicting discussion of sin. The Mp3 would be an excellent way to redeem the time on a long trip or daily commute!

Rather just read Watson's discussion? Deliver us from Evil