Gospel truths are like arrows designed to penetrate the hearts of men. And as Charles H. Spurgeon knew, gospel truths fly straighter and truer when fletched with appropriately placed illustrations. In fact, Spurgeon would carry a notebook with him so that he could jot down useful metaphors and anecdotes whenever he ran across them. In Feathers for Arrows, Spurgeon offers preachers and teachers access to some of the illustrations that he collected over the course of his ministry. If you are a pastor or teacher and are looking for illustrations, improve your message with choice feathers from the prince of preachers.
“The preacher and teacher of God’s Word has many tools in his tool kit to aid him in expounding the truth. Spurgeon’s Feathers for Arrows is one of those tools that will aid in illustrating and applying Scripture to the hearts and lives of men and women. Use this invaluable resource from the Prince of Preachers to help you more clearly and concisely help others understand the rich treasures of the Bible.” —Steven J. Lawson, president, OnePassion Ministries, Dallas
Charles H. Spurgeon (1834–1892) was famous British preacher and pastor for 38 years of New Park Street Chapel, later called the Metropolitan Tabernacle.