Of course, I mean a MOVIE based on the life of Spurgeon.
And, as the biplane passes, we get a brief glimpse of Hitchcock as the pilot, in one of his famous cameo appearances.
Spurgeon experiences Vertigo as he makes his way up the steps to the pulpit at the Metropolitan Tabernacle.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon in Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece "The Enemy" He knew that he was out there, somewhere, everywhere. This nameless, faceless foe who appeared to be at every point he was. This sinful wretch seemed to be both chasing him and waiting for his at every turn. At times he thought himself to be quite mad until he received a message which told him that the enemy who sought him was the ENEMY FROM WITHIN!!
This movie is rated "R" for REFORMED It Contains Explicit Calvinistic LanguageChristocentric ThemesAnd Strong References to Sovereignty.
C'mon guys...stop...oh, my sides are hurting! Not from the comments but from an attack of acute appendicitis.
This scene is from the infamous "Egg Money" incident!