DiscoverReasonable Theology Podcast[Best Of] Spurgeon's Love Story, with Ray Rhodes Jr.
[Best Of] Spurgeon's Love Story, with Ray Rhodes Jr.

[Best Of] Spurgeon's Love Story, with Ray Rhodes Jr.

Update: 2022-03-15
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This is a 'best of' rebroadcast of the most popular episode of the podcast last year.  If you missed it, you'll want to listen to this conversation with Dr. Ray Rhodes Jr about the love story of Charles and Susie Spurgeon.

In 1871, Charles Spurgeon wrote to his wife, Susannah "My Own Dear one - None know how grateful I am to God for you. In all I have ever done for Him, you have a large share. For in making me so happy you have fitted me for service. Not an ounce of power has ever been lost to the good cause through you. I have served the Lord far more, and never less, for your sweet companionship. The Lord God Almighty bless you now and forever!"

On this episode of the podcast, Dr. Ray Rhodes, Jr. returns to the podcast to talk about his new book, Yours, Till Heaven: The Untold Love Story of Charles and Susie Spurgeon.

On this episode we'll discuss: 

  • How Charles and Susannah first met
  • What their courtship looked like in Victorian England
  • How Susannah adjusted to life with the famous preacher
  • Susannah's contributions to Charles' ministry
  • How Charles ministered to Susannah in their home
  • The lasting lessons we can take from their marriage

See the Show Notes at ReasonableTheology.org/Episode38

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[Best Of] Spurgeon's Love Story, with Ray Rhodes Jr.

[Best Of] Spurgeon's Love Story, with Ray Rhodes Jr.

Clay Kraby