Charles Spurgeon is arguably one of the greatest preachers in the history of Christianity.
- He preached over 600 sermons before the age of 20.
- The collection of his recorded sermons fills 63 volumes and over 20 million words, making it the largest collection of books by a single Christian author.
- He once spoke to an audience of 23,654 without the use of a microphone or sound system.
- He frequently preached ten times per week because he accepted so many invitations to speak.1
Spurgeon was so gifted and influential that it’s no wonder he earned the nickname of the “Prince of Preachers.”
It’s safe to say that we could all learn much about preaching from such a prolific preacher.
So here are 12 preaching tips that Charles Spurgeon taught his students:
1. PRAYER IS SERMON PREP