Spurgeon's theology?

From Spurgeon's sermon, "Search the Scriptures"

All men by nature are lost by Adam's fall.
No man either will or can come to Christ
except the Father draw him.

God, before all worlds,
chose to himself a people,
whom no man can number,
for whom the Savior died,
to whom the Holy Spirit is given,
and who will infallibly be saved.

Every elect child of God must assuredly be brought
by converting grace from the ruins of the fall,
and must assuredly be "kept by the power of God, through faith,
unto salvation," beyond the hazard of ever totally falling away.

Every man who is converted will lead a holy life, and yet
at the same time will put no dependence on his holy life,
but trust only in the blood and righteousness of Jesus Christ.