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COMBAT WITH SIN AND OF LABOUR FOR THE LORD.

EDITED BY C. H. SPURGEON.

1881.

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“They which builded on the wall, and they that bare burdens, with those that laded, every
one with one of his hands wrought in the work, and with the other hand held a weapon.
For the builders, every one had his sword girded by his side, and so builded. And he that
sounded the trumpet was by me." —Nehemiah iv. 17, 18.

London:

PASSMORE & ALABASTER, 4, PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS,

AND

ALL

BOOKSELLERS.

INDEX OF TEXTS OF SERMONS, ETC., BY C. H. SPURGEON, IN

“ THE SWORD AND THE TROWEL,” Vols. 1-XVII.

Jer. vi. 16...
Lamen. iii. 56
Joel ii. 8
Amos v. 8...

V. 24

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Year. Page. Genesis i. 7

1871 399 viii. 11

1879 153 xlii. 22

1877 541 Deuteronomy xxii. 8 1869 349

xxxii. 11, 12 1870 49 Joshua ii. 21

1875 148 Judges iii. 20

1874 545 I. Sam. i. 27

1868 108 ix. 3, 20

1872 109 II. Sam. xvii, 23 ...

1870 537 xxi. 10

1868 294 xxiii. 9-10

1876 439 xxiv. 12...

1878 517 II. Kings iv. 29-37 1867 99

iv. 38, 41, 42 1876 337
vi. 1-7

1868 99
xiii. 20

1866 5 Nehom. viii. 10

1867 16 Esther vi. 6

1865 2 Job xxxii 7

1878 1 xxxviii. 23

1878 212 Psalm xl. 17

1871 5 lxi. 2

1878 97 lxxx. 14

1878 382 xci. 1

1880 108 civ. 28

1874 297 cvii, 17--22

1871 462 cxi. 5

1880 445 Proverbs v. 16

1878 286 Eccl. ix. 4...

1868 108 Canticles ii. 3

1879 201 ii. 12

1870 97 iv. 7

1865 229

1865 277 Isaiah v. 17

1876 485 vi. 1-8

1880 493 xxix 5

1878 193 xxxviii. 1

1870 107 xliii. 10

1875 520 lviii. 8

1869 460 lxi, 1

1877 493 Jer. ii. 36 ...

1870 393

vii. 1 Jonah i. 4...

ii. 7 Zech. x. 3...

xiv. 20
Malachi iii. 17
Matthew v. 1-12

v. 3
xiii. 12...
xiv. 16
xxii, 37

xxvi. 30
Luke viii. 46

xxii. 14
John i. 16...

iv. 34
xii. 3
xiii. 10
xiv. 18
xvi. 31, 32
xviii. 18

xxi, 16
Acts ix. 18

xii. 18

xxiii. 10-13
Eph, vi. 15
Phil. iii. 2...

iv. 19
1. Tim. i. 15
Heb. iii. 18-19

xiii. 7
James v. 11
I. Peter ii. 7

Year. Page. 1879 105 1872 202 1869 241 1870 312 1878 286 1872 364 1878 193 1872 545 1866 195 1865 97 1866 481 1873 8 1873 129 1878 346 1871 49 1870 49 1867 481 1873 407 1873 61 1865 471 1873 508 1876 49 1870 25 1870 450 1871 145 1876 97 1877 289 1877 97 1873 362 1881 201 1874 497 1876 257 1877 1 1872 293 1877 371 1875 405 1880 49 1869 481 1873 120 1875 59 1868 462 1876 447

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John v. 18-20
III. John v. 92
Rev v.9

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PREFACE.

K
IND READERS,—Throughout another year you have sustained

the magazine; and as very many of you have expressed your satisfaction, and few, if any, have favoured me with a complaint, I feel encouraged to believe that you have been pleased with my monthly issues. It was once observed in my hearing by a friend who wished to account for my fulfilment of numerons duties, that, as for the magazine, it was a merely nominal thing to be the editor, for few editors ever saw their magazines till they were in print. However this may be as a rule, it does not contain a spark of truth in my case, for I have personally superintended every page, and I do not think a single line of the magazine has passed through the press without having been read by

Whether I succeed or not, I certainly do not delegate my task to others. If I had more leisure I am sure I could do better, and it is with unfeigned satisfaction that I find my subscribers contented with what I can procure for them.

The SWORD AND TROWEL has been the happy means of uniting in gracious service a band of gracious givers and workers, who now for these 17 years have joined to aid the institutions which, though they locally surround the Tabernacle, are really the offspring of a congregation which is found scattered throughout all lands. By means of this warm-hearted brotherhood the Pastors' College has been sustained from year to year, until some six hundred ministers have been educated in it, the most of whom are still faithfully preaching the old-fashioned gospel in which they have been trained. In connection with this enterprise three brethren have been supported as evangelists, and their itinerant labours have been signally successful. Testimonies that churches have been aroused, and sinners converted by their means, have been plentifully sent in, and these pages have been increased in interest thereby. Hundreds of thousands have heard the gospel through this instrumentality.

The Stockwell Orphanage originated through an article in this magazine, and from time to time its support has been mainly supplied by its readers. During the past year the houses for the girls' side have been completed and partly furnished ; and at the present time the first detachment of little ones has entered into occupation. More remains to be done by way of furniture for other houses, and the further contracts for the infirmary, baths, and outbuildings have to be met, but it is a great comfort to have seen the project so far in progress, and to feel assured that all that is yet required will be forthcoming in its season. The Bazaar which is so soon to be held will, we hope, secure the amount needed to bring the enterprise up to the next stage, and then we may lay our plan for the final outlay on the chapel of the Orphanage, and a few other necessaries. All that has been done has been accomplished without personal solicitation, or the allotment of votes, or the dissemination of heartrending appeals: it has sufficed

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