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But bring in John 8:1-11 and this difficulty vanishes, for John 8:2 shows that this was the day following. In the third place, the contents of John 8:1-11 are in full accord with the evident design of this section of the Gospel. The method followed in these chapters is most significant John 8:1-11. INTRODUCTION Come unto me all you who labor and are heavy laden. Those of us who know Jesus intimately know that we can at any time come to Him with any request or need. A parent, mate or friend may be too busy, too tired or too distracted. Not Jesus Read the Scripture: John 8:1-11. In his book Mere Christianity, C. S. Lewis says, If anyone thinks that Christians regard unchastity (sexual sin) as the supreme vice, he is quite wrong. The sins of the flesh are bad, but they are the least bad of all sins. All the worst pleasures are purely spiritual. The pleasure of putting other people in the. Notice on this occasion - I. THE CONDUCT OF HIS ENEMIES. 1. It was brutally gross. (1) It was so to the woman. She was disgraced, and had exposed herself to the odium of her detectives. But this was not enough; they dragged her to the temple, to the presence of a popular Prophet, and exposed to the ridicule of the crowd John 8:1-11 . EXEGESIS: A CONTROVERSY: There is a controversy concerning this story—whether it was part of the Gospel of John from the beginning. Most scholars agree that the story is not Johannine in its origins and that it was added later. The question, then, is whether we should regard this story as canonical


John /. John 8. He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews. Presented here is a verse by verse exposition of the. OUTLINE: [3 A The Book of the Seven Signs (2:1 -12:50)] [2 B Selected Highlights from the Later Part of Jesus' Public Ministry: Conflict and Controversy (chapters 5-10)] [5 C Jesus teaches openly in the presence of his opponents in Jerusalem (7:1-8:59)] 3 D Jesus remains in Jerusalem after the Feast (8:1-59) 1 E Jesus and the Adulteress: Interpretation of the Mosaic law (8:1-11 (SCRIPTURE LISTING) NOTE: Only the titles in boldface are working links. Other sermons are not yet available online. Joh; Ref. Title # year page; Joh 1:1-3

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1 - The Immutability of God 2 - The Remembrance of Christ 3 - The Sin of Unbelief 4 - The Personality of the Holy Ghost 5 - The Comforter 6 - Sweet Comfort for Feeble Saints 7-8 - Christ Crucified 9 - Spiritual Liberty 10 - The Kingly Priesthood of the Saints 11 - The People's Christ 12 - The Peculiar Sleep of the Belove John 8 - The Light of the World A. A woman caught in adultery is brought to Jesus for judgment. 1. (7:53-8:2) Jesus teaches at the temple. And everyone went to his own house. But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. Now early in the morning He came again into the temple, and all the people came to Him; and He sat down and taught them. a

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Text: John 8:1-11. The Church of Jesus Christ has many unforgiven people because she has too many unforgiving people. The Church preaches forgiveness but many of her leaders and members find it hard to practice forgiveness. There is a saying, To err is human; to forgive is divine Spurgeon. Light, Natural and Spiritual: Spurgeon, Charles Haddon: Genesis 1:3-4: The First Day of Creatio The Charles Spurgeon Sermon Collection is home to over 3,000 sermons written by C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1893) over the course of his ministry in London during the 19th century, transcribed from manuscripts edited by Emmett O'Donnell SERMONS ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN C. H. Spurgeon. THE FULNESS AND THE FILLING NO. 3553 PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1917. DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. And of his fullness have all we received, and grace for grace — John 1:16. ONE Sabbath day I was staying in an Italian town on the other side.

John 8:1-11; View on one page; Download Sermon Slides Download Sermon Graphics Download (PDF) Download Sermon (Word Doc) Copy sermon Print ; Save View all Sermons. John 8:1-11 Contributed by John Shearhart on Jan 20, 2014 (message. The Pharisees and the adulteress. (1-11) Christ's discourse with the Pharisees. (12-59) Commentary on John 8:1-11 (Read John 8:1-11) Christ neither found fault with the law, nor excused the prisoner's guilt; nor did he countenance the pretended zeal of the Pharisees. Those are self-condemned who judge others, and yet do the same thing

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C. H. Spurgeon. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892), often known today as the Prince of Preachers, began his pastorate at London's New Park Street Church in 1854 at the age of twenty. Following in the Non-conformist tradition, he quickly became one of Britain's most popular preachers Distorting the Gospel: The Meaning of John 8:1-11. I was reading the comments in a thread about two of the hot button social issues of the day. And as usual the two sides formed solidly against each other. On one side were those who argued that Jesus did not condemn sinners and that we should follow His example. On the other side were those who.

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  1. ii. In using the phrase I Am (John 8:24, 8:58, 13:19) Jesus used a clear divine title belonging to Yahweh alone (Exodus 3:13-14, Deuteronomy 32:39, Isaiah 43:10) and was interpreted as such by Jesus' listeners (John 8:58-59). I AM was recognized by the Jews as a title of deity. (Tenney) iii
  2. John 8:1-11. We have an odd situation before us this morning, having come to John 8:1-11. It is an advantage of preaching consecutively through books of the Bible: you come to everything sooner or later. As your New International Version indicates, the entire paragraph is set apart as unlikely to have been a part of the Gospel that John wrote
  3. January 1, 1970. John and Herod For Herod feared John, knowing that he was a just man and an holy, and observed him; and when he heard him, he did many things, and heard him gladly. — Mark vi. 20. JOHN sought no honour among men. It was his delight to say concerning our Lord Jesus, He must increase, but
  4. John Gill's Exposition of the Bible /. 1 Corinthians /. 1 Corinthians 8. He preached in the same church as C. H. Spurgeon over one hundred years earlier. Yet most people today have never heard of John Gill. This is unfortunate, since his works contain priceless gems of information that are found nowhere except in the ancient writings of the Jews
  5. September 11, 1887 by C. H. SPURGEON (1834-1892) As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love. John 15:9. In the love of Christ we find our best joy. The pastures of the Great Shepherd are wide, but the sweetest grasses grow close to his pierced feet

John 8:21-30. It is a sad thing to die alone, to die estranged from family, or to die entirely destitute. Worse still, however, is to die in our sins. If we die in our sins, our end will be judgment, but if we die in faith, we will live with Christ forever. We must implore people to trust in Christ so that they will die in faith, not in their. Matt 8:11, 12 1 39-40 - Heaven and Hell 3940 Matt 8:13 24 1422 - The Chief Physician and the Centurion's Servant 1422 Matt 8:14, 15 31 1836 - First Healing and Then Service 1836 Matt 8:16, 17 36 2124 - Help for Your Sickness 2124 Matt 8:16-34; 40 Exposition following sermon #2361 2361 Matt 8:19, 20 40 2361 - Hopeful, Yet Doubtful 236 An Adulteress Faces the Light of the World. 53 [] And everyone went to his own house. Jesus the Light of the World. 8 But Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2 Now [] early in the morning He came again into the temple, and all the people came to Him; and He sat down and () taught them. 3 Then the scribes and Pharisees brought to Him a woman caught in adultery Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 12:1-8 EXEGESIS: JOHN 2-20. BOOK OF SIGNS—BOOK OF GLORY Chapters 2-12 are often called The Book of Signs. They include a series of seven miraculous signs (2:1-11; 4:46-54; 5:1-9; 6:1-14; 6:15-25; 9:1-12; 11:1-45), so named because they point to God and can be properl

JOHN 8:1-11 WHY JESUS DID NOT CONDEMN THE ADULTEROUS WOMAN * These verses gives us the well known story of the woman who was taken in adultery, and was brought before Jesus. * This story should cause us to love Jesus more, * And to have more understanding and sympathy for sinners John 8:1-11. Pastor Jason Zirbel. New Year's Eve. Grace Lutheran Church. Greenwood, AR. View Associated File. Wed, Dec 31, 2014. The grace, mercy, and peace of Christ Jesus rest upon each and every one of you this day. Have you ever wondered what Jesus wrote in the dirt with His finger while the Pharisees were trying to get Him to pronounce a. Sermon #3. John 8:1-11. A TERRIFYING MOMENT. Intro: On March 22, 1824 an incident took place in Madison County, Indiana, which came to be known as the Fall Creek Massacre. Six white men murdered nine Seneca and Miami Indians and wounded another. Among the nine dead were three women and four children exposition of verses 1 to 8. exposition of verses 1 to 8. exposition of verses 17 to 24. exposition of verses 25 to 32. exposition of verses 33 to 40. exposition of verses 41 to 48. exposition of verses 49 to 56. exposition of verses 57 to 64. exposition of verses 65 to 72. exposition of verses 73 to 80. exposition of verses 81 to 88 Don't miss the New Spurgeon Center website! While this archive is no longer being actively maintained, we have Charles Spurgeon's complete sermons and more at the brand new spurgeon.org! Learn about Charles Spurgeon's Lost Sermons, visit the Spurgeon Center at Midwestern Seminary, and discover the all-new Digital Online Library containing.

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The Spurgeon Center. 5001 North Oak Trafficway Kansas City, Missouri 64118 Visi JOHN 8:1-2 COMMENTARY John 8:3-11 Woman Caught In Adultery John 8:12-20 I Am the Light of the World John 8:21-30 Die In Your Sins John 8:31-36 The Truth Will Set You Free John 8:37-42 Father Abraham John 8:43-47 Your father is the devil John 8:48-55 Samaritan John 8:56-59 Before Abraham Was, I AM John 8 Bible Study Questions (Handout Home >> Bible Studies >> John >> John 8:1-20 These small group studies of John contain outlines, cross-references, Bible study discussion questions, and applications. Visit our library of inductive Bible studies for more in depth inductive studies on this and other books of the Bible you can use in your small group Isaiah's vision of God's glory and greatness (Isaiah 6:1-8). Paul's vision of the risen, glorified Jesus (1 Corinthians 15:1-11). John's vision of the exalted, risen Christ (Revelation 1:9-20). These men received glimpses of the power of Jesus Christ. This power is in the Word of Christ (drawing people to faith drawing fish into a net) 1 JOHN C H SPURGEON. 1 John 3:20, 21 The Lower Courts. NO. 3152 A SERMON PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY, JULY 8TH, 1909, DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON, ON LORD'S-DAY EVENING, MARCH 23RD, 1873. For if our heart condemns, God is greater than our heart, and knoweth all things

8 chapter 20:1-16 a parable of the kingdom chapter 20:17-28 the king on his way to the cross chapter 20:29-34 the king opening the eyes of the blind chapter 21:1-11 the king rides triumphantly into his capital chapter 21:12-14 the king cleanses the temple chapter 21:15-16 the king acknowledges the children's acclamations chapter 21:17-22 the king gives a token of th 2753 quotes from Charles Haddon Spurgeon: 'There are times when solitude is better than society, and silence is wiser than speech. We should be better Christians if we were more alone, waiting upon God, and gathering through meditation on His Word spiritual strength for labour in his service. We ought to muse upon the things of God, because we thus get the real nutriment out of them. . .

Charles Spurgeon tenaciously held to the doctrine of unconditional election. By necessity, this biblical truth flows from belief in human depravity. Because the will of man is utterly dead and cannot choose God, God must exercise His sovereign will to save. Out of the mass of fallen humanity, God made an eternal, distinguishing choice Verses 1-8. 2 Peter 1:1. Simon Peter, a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ, Peter was pleased to be able to write those words. There was a time when he had thrice denied his Master, but now he is glad to call himself a servant of Jesus Christ.. Once he had said, I know not the man, but now he claims that he has been sent out by. John 8: 1-11: The Fruit of the Spirit - The Character of Christ: 5/24/1998: Boasting in the Cross: Galatians 6:11-18: Galatians: New Freedom, New Family: 5/24/1998: The Zeal of Jesus: Luke 4:1-15: The Fruit of the Spirit - The Character of Christ: 5/31/1998: The Messengers of the Gospel 04 - The Case Of The Dead Brother - John 11:1-16 05 - The Case Of The Empty Barrel - 1 Kings 17:8-16 06 - The Case Of The Guilty Woman - John 8:1-11 07 - The Case Of The Dying Thief - Luke 23:39-43 08 - The Case Of The Dead Messiah - Matthew 28:1-10 09 - The Case Of A Man Named Legion - Mark 5:1-20 10 - The Case Of The Broken Hearted Mother.

Products. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London's famed New Park Street Church (formerly pastored by the famous Baptist theologian John Gill) Tests of Assurance from 1 John, Part 2: 2 Peter 1:5-11: 8/5/1990: Excelling Still More: 1 Thessalonians 4:1-2: 8/5/1990: Tests of Assurance from 1 John, Part 3: 2 Peter 1:5-11: 8/12/1990: Abstaining from Sexual Sin, Part 1: 1 Thessalonians 4:3: 8/12/1990: Virtue and Assurance, Part 1: 2 Peter 1:5-7: 8/19/1990: Abstaining from Sexual Sin. The Immutability of God by C. H. Spurgeon -- Malachi 3:6 has great blessings for the child of God. Nehemiah 3:8 The Broad Wall by C. H. Spurgeon . C. H. Spurgeon Sermons Alphabetical Index . Bought with a Price 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 . Call of Abraham Hebrews 11:8 . Carnal Mind Enmity Against God Romans 8:

In this entire passage of John 15:1-11 there are only 2 explicit commands given. One of them is the command for us to abide in Christ in v.4, and the other is the command for us to continue in His love in v.9. But both of them are actually translated from the same word - the word which means remain or abide Study Psalm 143 using Charles H. Spurgeon's Treasury of David to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. urges the failing of his spirit before him who will not contend for ever, lest the spirit should fait before him. --John Fawcett. Verses 7-8, 10-11. And therefore it is a usual phrase in Ro 8:1-39, and Ga.

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Waiting Only Upon God - Charles Spurgeon Sermon / Psalm 62:5Charles Spurgeon Sermon playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=CDB844A9113F938CPsalm 6.. Complete Index of Studies. Topical Studies: The Bible: An Introduction The Character of a Spiritual Leader, pt. 1 The Character of a Spiritual Leader, pt. 2 The Character of a Spiritual Leader, pt. 3 Contentment, pt. 1 Contentment, pt. 2 Contentment, pt. 3 Contentment, pt. 4 Contentment, pt. 5 Contentment, pt. 6 Contentment, pt. 7 Contentment.

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There is no condemnation to those in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1) because they are washed, sanctified and justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 6:11) by faith in Him (Romans 3:26, 28). They stand clean before the Lord because their sins are forgiven (1 John 1:9) and the Holy Spirit has washed and regenerated them into new. Spurgeon's masterpiece on grace from Romans 4:5 is an outstanding description of God's love and unmerited grace to us. It is one of the clearest examples of salvation by grace ever written. Spurgeon's masterpiece is one the finest expositions ever penned on faith, repentance, and regeneration. 5 out of 5 stars Verses 1-18. 2 Corinthians 4:1. Therefore seeing we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we faint not; Stern was the labour of the apostles, but they felt that their work was so all-important, so divine, that they must not grow weary of it, though they were, doubtless, often weary in it. 2 Corinthians 4:2

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Thomas Manton (1620-1677) was baptized March 31, 1620 at Lydeard St Lawrence, Somerset, a remote southwestern portion of England. His grammar school education was possibly at Blundell's School, in Tiverton, Devon. His formal education came at Wadham College, University of Oxford, and he eventually graduated BA in 1639 from Hart Hall Peace with God, Rom. 5:1-21. [2.] Sanctification, Rom. 6:1-7:25. [3.] Glorification, Rom. 8:1-39. 2. Concerning the persons saved, such as belong to the election of grace (Rom. 9:1-33), Gentiles and Jews, Rom. 10:1-11:36. By this is appears that the subject he discourses of were such as were then the present truths, as the apostle speaks, 2 Pet.

As John begins his gospel (1:1, 14), Jesus is the eternal Word who is God, who took on human flesh. He shared the glory of the Father, but willingly laid that aside so that He could come to bear the penalty for our sins on the cross. He is the Light of the world, absolutely pure, just as God is light (John 8:12; 1 John 1:5) Spurgeon was an important man for 19th century England. And Spurgeon remains an inspiration to faithful preachers around the world. His commitment to the truth of Scripture, the framework found in the old-paths of the doctrines of grace, and his courage to proclaim these truths serve to strengthen pastors who find themselves in an ongoing. Let Us Exult in the Hope of the Glory of God! Oct 24, 1999. Scripture: Romans 5:1-2. John Piper. Oct 24, 1999. Video. Message Scripture References Book of Romans. Subject: File Descriptions: Author: ROM 1:7: The Beloved Pastor's Plea for Unit

Scripture References Book of Hebrews. Subject: File Descriptions: Author: HEB 1:1-11:4: Sermon Series by Gil Rugh (Senior Pastor, Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, Nebraska) Spurgeon On Trusting God PRO. SPURGEON ON TRUSTING GOD Charles Spurgeon writes: There is One who cares for you. His eye is fixed on you, His heart beats with pity for your woe, and His omnipotent hand shall bring you the needed help. The darkest cloud shall scatter itself in showers of mercy 1 This passage titled the Pericope de Adultera, John 7:53-8-11, was not found in Vaticanus and the Sinaiticus, as well as eleven other uncials of the corrupted Minority Text, or Eastern Text found in Egypt. It is also found in eleven minuscules of the same origin The best of Charles Spurgeon's insight and wise counsel on themes that are as relevant to our day as they were in his day. and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin.— 1 John 1:7 — Obadiah 1:11. Brotherly kindness was due from Edom to Israel in the time of need, but instead thereof, the men of Esau made.

John 8:1-11 Neither Do I Condemn You PDF; John 8:12 Jesus is the Light of the World PDF John 8:58 Our Magnificent All-Sufficient Savior and God PDF John 10:1-11 I Am the Door PDF John 10:11-30 The Good Shepherd PD February 19, 2018 by: Michael Reeves. This article is part of the 10 Things You Should Know series. 1. His ministry began in the year of his conversion as a young man. Spurgeon was raised in a Christian home, but was converted in 1850 at fifteen years old. Caught in a snowstorm, he took refuge in a small Primitive Methodist chapel in Colchester 11. When Spurgeon arrived at The New Park Street Church, in 1854, the congregation had 232 members. By the end of his pastorate, 38 years later, that number had increased to 5,311 is a popular daily Bible devotion. Charles Spurgeon Morning and Evening Daily Devotional offers wisdom and insight for applying Biblical truths to the ups and downs of everyday life. Reading daily. John 1.(1-9) 10-18 John 1.6-8, 19-28 John 1.29-42 John 1.43-51 John 2.1-11 John 2.13-22 John 3.1-17 John 3.13-17 John 3.14-21. John 4.5-42 John 5.1-9. John 6.1-21 John 6.24-35 John 6.35,41-51 John 6.51-58 John 6.56-69. John 8.31-36 John 9.1-41. John 10.1-10 John 10.11-18 John 10.22-30. John 11.1-45 John 11.32-44. John 12.1-8 John 12.12-18 John.


God showed that love for us: John 3:16 and we are to be ready to show it toward our brothers and sisters in Christ: 1 John 3:16, We know love by this, that He laid down His life for us; and we ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. (As an aside, note how John 3:16 and 1 John 3:16 tie together.) 8 Homily 4 John 1:1 Homily 5 John 1:3 Homily 6 John 1:6-8 Homily 7 John 1:9 Homily 8 John 1:9-10 Homily 9 John 1:11 Homily 10 John 1:11-13 Homily 11 John 1:14 Homily 12 John 1:14 Homily 13 John 1:15 Homily 14 John 1:16-17 Homily 15 John 1:18 Homily 16 John 1:21-27 Homily 17 John 1:28-34 Homily 18 John 1:35-40 Homily 19 John 1:41-42 Homily 20 John.

1 Spurgeon on Proverbs These messages were made freely available on the web through the generosity of: Tony Capoccia Bible Bulletin Board Box 119 Columbus, New Jersey, USA, 08022 Our websites: www.biblebb.com and www.gospelgems.com Email: tony@biblebb.com Online since 198 An archive of previous 'Morning & Evening' devotionals from Heartlight. About this Devotional 'Morning and Evening' is the classic daily devotional from Charles H. Spurgeon Spurgeon's Autobiography records his reaction: He had not much to say, thank God, for that compelled him to keep on repeating his text, and there was nothing needed—by me, at any rate. The works of Charles Spurgeon have inspired millions of Christians around the world for over a hundred years. His wisdom and insight into God's Word and world have helped others discover the richness of Scripture. Answers in Genesis is pleased to present the text of a large collection of sermons from this 19th century Prince of Preachers John Rippon, 1773-1836 (63 years) Joseph Angus, 1837-39 (2 years) James Smith, 1841-50 (8 ½ years) William Walters, 1851-53 (2 years) Charles Spurgeon, 1854-92 (38 years) Arthur Tappan Pierson, 1891-93 (pulpit supply only, not installed as a Pastor - 2 years) Thomas Spurgeon, 1893-1908 (15 years) Archibald G. Brown, 1908-11.

Spurgeon found for himself that in seasons of great pain, the sympathy of Jesus is the next most precious thing to his sacrifice. 10 Again and again Spurgeon, therefore, returned to the theme of Christ's compassion for his suffering people. In an 1890 sermon titled The Tenderness of Jesus, for example, he spoke, while feeling his. Full text sermons, including series on Mark, Leviticus, Habakkuk, marriage, and money. Expository preaching helps, including talks by Ray Stedman. Bible studies suitable for use in small groups. Worship resources, including unusual Christmas carols John 12:1-8 in Its Context. Within the narrative world of John's Gospel, this passage acquires a good deal of meaning through its connections to other scenes and themes. Mary's gift, along with Judas's stinginess, has greater significance because of how it participates in a series of developments. Passover is near, and so too is Jesus.

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The final statement in Ecclesiastes 11:8 is, All that comes is vanity. The ESV's translation is drawn from the Latin Vulgate's vanitas, which suggests all of life is in some way pointless or futile. The refrain in both Ecclesiastes 1:2 and Ecclesiastes 12:8 therefore reads, Vanity of vanities . . . all is vanity Morning & Evening, with Charles Spurgeon. Morning and Evening 7/14 PM Jul 14, 2021. Morning and Evening 7/14 AM Jul 14, 2021. Morning and Evening 7/13 PM Jul 13, 2021. Morning and Evening 7/13 AM. The Person Who Denies Sin. Read the Scripture: 1 John 1:8-9. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. 1 John 1:9. The word confess does not mean to ask for forgiveness. Christ's work for us upon the cross has already done all that is necessary to forgive us Jesus required this man -- and the woman taken in adultery (John 8:11) -- to stop sinning, to repent and to begin to live a different way. The story of the healing of the man at the Pool of Bethesda is all of grace -- he didn't deserve anything, in fact, he wasn't a very good man to start with. But it is all about repentance also 5 Charles Haddon Spurgeon, An All Round Ministry, (Edinburgh: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1960), 8. 6 An All Round Ministry, 8. 7 Erroll Hulse and David Kingdon, eds., A Marvelous Ministry: How the All-round Ministry of Charles Haddon Spurgeon Speaks to us Today, (Ligonier, PA: Soli Deo Gloria Publications, 1993), 128