Charles Haddon Spurgeon was born in Great Britain in 1834. When he was 15, he converted to Christianity after taking refuge in a Primitive Methodist chapel during a snow storm. Soon, he demonstrated to be an outstanding preacher and it is said that he preached to more than ten million people during his lifetime. He is considered, even today, as the Prince of Preachers, and his sermons have been published and translated into many languages. Spurgeon died in 1892.
Besides being a gifted preacher, Spurgeon was also an author, and one of his best-known works is the Treasure of David, which is a commentary on the Book of Psalms. This work was published originally during 20 years in weekly installments that were then compiled in a series of books which have sold millions of copies. BibleMaximum offers you this important work as an electronic module for their BibleMax software. After installing it, you can access the commentaries by clicking on the hyperlink at the right of each verse. Don't forget to download and install BibleMax core software before installing this or any other module.
- It only covers the Psalms book
- It only works with BibleMax software
- Can be obtained only by ordering the free CD