An Excerpt from The New Song and The Old Story

C.H. SpurgeonThis minisode features the reading of an excerpt from a sermon by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. The biblical text on which the sermon is based is taken from Psalm 96:1-3.

“O sing unto the Lord a new song: sing unto the LORD, all the earth. Sing unto the LORD, bless His name; show forth His salvation from day to day. Declare His glory among the heathen, His wonders among all people.”

The sermon is entitled “The New Song and The Old Story.”

A free pdf of the full text of the sermon can be found on the Spurgeon Gems website:

The link to this sermon can be found here

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Te Deum Laudamus

te_deum-518x382This minisode features the reciting of an English translation of a prayer which originated in the 4th – 5th century, the Te Deum Laudamus (O Lord, We Praise Thee).

Link to a site featuring the Latin and English texts of the Te Deum here


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Minisode 3 – A Letter from Brother Lawrence on Avoiding Distractions in Prayer

IMG_0636In Minisode 3, a letter is read from Brother Lawrence, the 17th Century monk who wrote “The Practice of the Presence of God.” The letter contains Brother Lawrence’s advice on how to avoid distractions in prayer.

A link to the transcript of this minisode is found here

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“Study Eternity” – A passage from Thomas Watson’s “A Body of Divinity”

WATSON-Thomas_detailIn Minisode 2, a text is from “A Body of Divinity”, by the 17th century British minister Thomas Watson. It is a section called “Study Eternity.”

Link to Body of Divinity at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.

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