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Children need the gospel of Christ's saving grace as much as adults. Sprinkling with water will not secure their souls. Spurgeon deals with the arguments for baptismal regeneration from the passage about the little children coming to Christ. He shows that this passage does not prove what it is thought to prove.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) was born in Kelvedon,Essex,England, in 1834. Though reared in the knowledge of the Gospel, Spurgeon was not converted to Jesus Christ until 1850. In August of the same year, he preached his first sermon. Then in 1854, when he was only nineteen, the New Park Street Chapel, Southwark,London, called him as pastor. This church became the 6,000 seat Metropolitan Tabernacle. Spurgeon preached the Gospel faithfully until his death in January 1892.