What set Charles Haddon Spurgeon apart more than any of his other accomplishments was his ability behind the pulpit. Crowds gathered weekly, with visitors coming from around the world to hear the Holy Spirit pour out thorough his sermons. No matter the topic, modern readers would be wise to see what Spurgeon had to say.
Spurgeon always made a point of directing his congregants towards Jesus Christ, and at the end of His earthly ministry the last directive Jesus gave his disciples was to go out and make disciples of all nations. In this volume Jason K. Allen has compiled some of Spurgeon's most poignant sermons on the topic of this great commission.