Giving ground to the world is a bad missional strategy

by Charles Spurgeon

(The Following excerpt is taken from “The Broad Wall,” a Sermon of Charles Spurgeon first published in 1911, preached on some unspecified earlier date at least 20 years earlier at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London.)

Satan will tell you that, if you bend a little; and come near to the ungodly, then they also will come a little way to meet you.

Ay, but it is not so. You lose your strength, Christian, the moment you depart from your integrity. What do you think ungodly people say behind your back, if they see you inconsistent to please them? “Oh!” say they, “there is nothing in his religion but vain pretense; the man is not sincere.” Continue reading “Giving ground to the world is a bad missional strategy”