Prayers from Metropolitan Tabernacle; C. H. Spurgeon's Prayers. (1906)
Twenty-six public prayers from pastor Spurgeon (1834-1892), the "Prince of Preachers." This collection is not to be confused with another collection of his prayers, The Pastor at Prayer. — "The quivering sympathy of Mr. Spurgeon's prayers thrilled all who heard him. You felt the throbbing of that mighty heart. He was royal in his tenderness. Whom did he forget in those powerful pleadings? The faith of this great saint indeed worked by love. His prayers grandly evinced this. — We covet for this volume a great constituency. Of a truth these prayers are ideals of how men ought to pray. They are calculated to be great inspirations to ministers as they contemplate their congregational prayers. To all Christian workers they will afford real enrichment. For quiet home reading they will be invaluable." (Excerpt from the Introduction by Dinsdale T. Young.)
This reset, modernized format version is internally linked for maximum maneuverability within the document. It consists of 106 pages.