In the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of the Gospel according to Matthew are recorded the words of Christ as He presented them to the multitudes in the message we now call '"The Sermon on the Mount." Beginning with the beloved Beatitudes, and closing with instructions on "how to pray," this marvelous Sermon contains practical teachings on how Christians ought to conduct themselves. The Sermon closes with an inspiring glimpse into what glories await the Christian beyond the grave.
All those who know and tlove the work of Charles Haddon Spurgeon will agree that no preacher could make this Sermon live for the reader with more God-given eloquence than could the "Prince of Preachers.''
In this series of messages on the Beatitudes and other great Truths of the Gospel delivered by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount, Spurgeon is at his best! Every one of these messages is full to overflowing with the inspiration and fire which characterized Spurgeon's unusual ministry--a ministry which began many years ago and is still continuing in this modern day.