Charles Haddon Spurgeon "The Prince of Preachers" - Live!
On January 1, 2014, I suffered a massive brain hemorrhage stroke. I believe Jesus has healed me and the daily manifestation is obvious. My wife was told in a dream that same night that HE had healed me, completely. My wife and I thank GOD for sending America Wilson into our lives to be my motivator, coach and caregiver. My wife is my number one caregiver. More info later.
My book, is co-written by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. As you know I portrayed him in churches and secular venues throughout the nation for 18 years. But began reading his sermons 7 years prior to beginning the ministry. It is made up of 70 treks of 1,000 words each. I titled it “J-Walking.” after a poem I once wrote. For a couple of years I would write these short quips on Facebook and then delete them. A pastor told me I should publish them, but I took it as He just being nice. Then a second pastor from the other side of the country. Who I had been in a literary group with, suggested the same thing. My wife was the final suggester, so here I am.
The book is divided into two sections. The final one is tilted “To The Cross and Beyond.” that takes us from Palm Sunday to the Ascension. The book, is co-written by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. It is made up of 70 treks of 1,000 words each.
In the treks using my sports writing, play by play broadcasting of high school, college athletics and professional boxing, I try to depict what's happening and the surroundings, while “The Prince of Preachers does the “color,” or commentary.
Date of completion is May 17, 2018
FOR THE TOP "SPURGEON WEBSITE" ON THE NET SEE:
PHIL JOHNSON'S http://www.spurgeon.org
Another excellent WEBSITE is
(From "The Christian Hall of Fame")
Spurgeon excelled in the use of illustration and anecdotes. He was criticized in his own day for his use of illustrations, but like Jesus, Spurgeon believed in appealing to both eye and ear. He looked on the Gospel as a "gift of God to the imagination." In one particular lecture he said that "a sermon without illustration is like a house without windows."