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Anxiety, Ambition, Indecision is a classic sermon by Charles H. Spurgeon, first delivered on Thursday, February 18th 1904.

This sermon is beautifully narrated by Bryan Nyman.

Public Domain (P)2017 Audio Sommelier

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Enlightening. vital reasons why we have anxiety

love it. information and vital truths(biblical) on anxiety very much appropriate for our day. A must read book

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A perfect mixture of inspiration and challenge

Mr Spurgeon had such a way to preach God’s word that this message from the 1800’s rings true for late 2021!

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Spurgeon is right on!

I was convicted, encouraged, and so thankful for this sermon. God knows when you need to haar something and He is good to provide.

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Surprised how current it is

This is such a current book, despite it being written a long time ago.