• ”Every experience God gives us, every person He puts in our lives is the perfect preparation for the future that only He can see.” – Corrie Ten Boom

The Life of Susannah Spurgeon

Introduction

    THE position of the wife of a great man and particularly of a great minister, is not only one of… Continue reading

Chapter 1 – Early Years

    Early Years

    MRS. SPURGEON was born on January 15th, 1832, and her girlhood days were spent partly in the Southern… Continue reading

Chapter 2 – First Contact with C. H. Spurgeon

    First Contact with C. H. Spurgeon

    IN the morning of Sunday, December 18th, 1853, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, then a gauche… Continue reading

Chapter 3 – The Dawning of Love

    The Dawning of Love

    THE manner and circumstances in which C. H. Spurgeon declared his love to, Miss Thompson were… Continue reading

Chapter 4 – Courtship Days

    Courtship Days

    LESS than two months after the incident at the Crystal Palace, C. H. Spurgeon formally proposed for the… Continue reading

Chapter 5 – Married Life

    Married Life

    THE wedding of Susannah Thompson and Charles Haddon Spurgeon took place at New Park Street Chapel, on January… Continue reading

Chapter 6 – A Dark Shadow

    A Dark Shadow

    ON September 20th, 1856, twin sons were born to Mrs. Spurgeon at her home in the New… Continue reading

Chapter 7 – Happiness and Service

    Happiness and Service

    IN 1857 Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon moved to Helensburgh House, Nightingale Lane, Clapham, a place which they… Continue reading

Chapter 8 – Husband and Wife

    Husband and Wife

    MRS. SPURGEON, in the earlier years of her married life, used to accompany her husband in his… Continue reading

Chapter 9 – Mid Life

    Mid Life

    AFTER the preacher and his wife had been living in Helensburgh House, Nightingale Lane, for close upon a… Continue reading

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