In this sermon, Rev. C.H. Spurgeon explores the concept of the kingly priesthood of the saints. He emphasizes that the saints are made kings and priests by the work of Christ, and that they have a royal and priestly role to fulfill in their lives. The sermon also touches on the future reign of the saints on earth.

Discussion Questions

  1. What does it mean to be a king and a priest unto God? How does this concept challenge our understanding of our identity as Christians?
  2. How does the work of Christ make us kings and priests? In what ways do we see the redemption and sanctification of Christ in our lives?
  3. How does the idea of being a king and a priest impact the way we view ourselves and our relationship with God? How does it shape our understanding of our purpose and calling in the world?
  4. What are some practical ways we can live out our kingly and priestly roles in our daily lives? How can we exercise our authority and serve others in a way that reflects Christ?
  5. How does the future reign of the saints on earth give us hope and motivation in our present circumstances? How does it shape our perspective on the world and our role in it?


Dear Heavenly Father, we thank you for the work of Christ that has made us kings and priests unto you. Help us to fully embrace and understand our identity and calling as your children. Give us the wisdom and strength to live out our kingly and priestly roles in a way that brings glory to your name. May we always remember the future reign that awaits us and find hope and motivation in it. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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