Spurgeon on Salvation–God’s Sovereignty

Spurgeon says, “If any man is saved, it is not because he willed to be saved. If any man be brought to Christ, it is not of any effort of his, but the root, the cause, the motive of the salvation of any one human being, and of all the chosen in heaven, is to be found in the predestinating purpose and sovereign distinguishing will of the Lord our God.” [vol 9, year 1863, 355], “The Minister’s Stock-Taking”

Quoted in Murray, Iain. The Forgotten Spurgeon. p. 84


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