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The choice is before you (Le choix est devant toi)

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The problem with humans in this world is that they don't want to face reality. He complains constantly, but refuses any possibility of a solution that upsets him. He seeks to overcome his limitations, but at the same time he persuades himself that he lives in a closed universe which only blind chance rules. Creature of hope, he fixes himself on despair.

Charles Spurgeon confronts this situation with disarming simplicity, which some might describe as naive. He begins by taking stock of the situation and taking stock of it. He is looking for where the responsibilities lie. He goes on to examine who God is and what he has done for his creature. This is how he approaches the heart of the cosmic conflict for the soul of man, which culminated on the hill of Golgotha, in the cross of Christ.

For the author, the fates are clear. He therefore calls his fellow man to take the right path. He can do this with confidence, for he has seen God move in his own life and in the lives of multitudes down through the ages, and the transformation that has taken place never ceases to amaze him.

Author

Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) - A famous Baptist minister in 19 th century London, he preached the gospel to large crowds for nearly 40 years. He was the founder of numerous works in a wide range of fields. He is also the author of numerous books, including “La grace aux 1000 facettes”, “Gagner des souls”, “Believe…”, “Is free will a slave?”, As well as five collections of daily meditations available in French at the publisher.

Table of contents

1. Losses and Profits
2. What did I do?
3. Human responsibility
4. Paul's first prayer
5. A call to the unconverted
6. Bloodshed
7. The Spiritual Resurrection
8. Destruction of the Destroyer
9. A solemn warning

Details

Author : Charles Spurgeon
Publisher : Europresse
Publication : January 2020
ISBN : 978 -2-906287-94-5
Pages : 171
Dimensions : 5.43 "x 8.5"
Format : paperback
Weight : 216 g

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