Can you not remember, dearly beloved, the day of your salvation? Can you not remember that day of days, that best and brightest of hours, when you first saw the Lord? It was the day you lost your burden, received the roll of promise, rejoiced in full salvation, and went on your way in peace.
Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $4.95, is My Conversion by Charles H. Spurgeon.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon tells the story of his own conversion to Christ, as a young teenager, on a cold and snowy January day in 1850 when he was “detoured” by the weather to the little Primitive Methodist Chapel on Artillery Street in Colchester. He further relates his immediate experiences after conversion, and this portion of the book should be a great source of spiritual insight and comfort to all new converts who read it. An excellent booklet for the young convert, the unsaved, and also for long-time Christians who desire to always keep in remembrance the early stage of spiritual experience. Both the simplicity and the exultation of conversion are felt as one reads this autobiographical material.