Until He Comes
Spurgeon observed the Lord's Supper every Sunday, unless illness prevented it. He often said that the more he obeyed Christ's command, "This do in remembrance of me" (Luke 22:19), the more precious his Savior and the more helpful and instructive the celebration became to him. He always intended to publish a collection of his reflections on the Lord's Supper, some given in front of thousands at the Metropolitan Tabernacle and some in front of two or three gathered in his living room; and although they were not published before his death, they have become a treasured favorite among fans of Spurgeon. While centered on the Lord's Supper, these twenty reflections range topically from comfort, to redemption, to Christ's love.