Spurgeon quote concerning The Gospel

Came across this quote today and would like to share it.

The following is a quote by Charles Spurgeon.

Someone once asked him, “will the heathen who have never heard the Gospel be saved? He replied, “It is more a question with me whether we who have heard the Gospel and fail to give it to those who have not can be saved.”

There you have it. May God help us all.


12 Responses to “Spurgeon quote concerning The Gospel”

  1. Johnathan Says:

    This is the Great Commission 🙂

  2. Dan Says:

    Awesome Spurgeon, my friend. I may have to come back later when I can, and quote it at The Battle Cry (sending folks back over here, of course).

  3. rjperalta Says:

    Thanks. It is good to hear from you. You may quote it.
    God bless brother as you go out!

  4. fireball3316 Says:


  5. Jerald Says:

    If that was preached accross America today, it would revolutionize the churches and put a lot of pastors out of work.

  6. rjperalta Says:

    Thanks for stopping by. Yes, the Great Commission is something that many have forgotten.
    Be blessed as you go out!

  7. rjperalta Says:

    Yes it is challenging!
    Thanks and be blessed as you go out.

  8. rjperalta Says:

    Well, yes it would. The church does need a wake up call to what’s really important.
    Thanks for your comment,
    Blessings upon you as you go out!

  9. timbob Says:

    Good evening. This is an attention getter, as it should be. May we examine ourselves on this. I know that I’ve blown opportunities.

    Have a blessed evening in Jesus.


  10. rjperalta Says:

    Good to hear from you. Yes, it does get our attention as it should. I also have missed opportunities.
    You also have a blessed evening in Jesus

  11. timbob Says:

    Good evening. I pray that you and your household had a blessed Thanksgiving.

    Blessings always in Jesus name.


  12. rjperalta Says:

    We did, thank you! I also hope that you and yours did also.
    May your week be blessed with many opportunities to share Jesus!

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