George Murrell (1784-1871) was a Strict and Particular Baptist preacher. In 1810, he was appointed the pastor of the Baptist Chapel in St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, a position he held for more than sixty years.
“On his head were many crowns.”—Revelation 19:12 I will tell you a secret, said the preacher. I preached a sermon from this text at Deptford, last June, and the reason of my choosing it to-night is, that it had been hanging about me for some time, and at this time I cannot get rid of it; I trust, therefore, it may be a blessing to many of you. Our Lord is represented as riding on a white horse, having flashing eyes of anger; and I have no doubt but this passage will receive its accomplishment in the destruction of Popery. There is an undying glory arising from the salvation the dear Lord has effected. Our Jesus is mighty to destroy all his foes, nor is…