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Books & Booklets
"Moody's ~ Anecdotes And Illustrations" 133 pages of illustrations and anecdotes many of which will have you reflecting on the many changes since the time of Moody.
Jimmy Moore of Bucktown by evangelist Mel Trotter. The copy of this book that I have is over a hundred years old and while I believe people should read it I want to preserve the book. This format allows me to share it with others without the risk of damage to my book. (This book has been reprinted I believe it can be found via Amazon.com)
In His Steps by Charles M. Sheldon. This is a classic Christian work that asks the question "What would Jesus do?"
How To Pray by R.A. Torrey a booklet of only 45 pages this is very much worth the time it takes to read it.
How To Bring Men To Christ by R.A.Torrey written in 1893 this is the classic textbook on personal evangelism.
A Call To Prayer by J.C. Ryle (1816-1900) 17 pages of worthwhile reading.
The Dairyman's Daughter is the true account of the life of Betsey Wallbridge, a young woman who lived on the Isle of Wight, in the English Channel. She died there at an early age, in 1801. approx. 17 pages
Captains Courageous by Kipling not a Christian work, but a classic worth reading as it's focus is on the change of character in a young man faced with adverse circumstances.
"Till He Come." "Communion Meditations and Addresses by C.H.Spurgeon. Several of the discourses here published were delivered to thousands of communicants in the Metropolitan Tabernacle, while others were addressed to the little companies of Christians."
Up From Slavery the autobiography of Booker T. Washington.
Ben-Hur-A Tale of the Christ this classic novel by Lew Wallace contains, in my opinion, the best description of the Crucifixion in literature.
Pilgrim's Progress the John Bunyun classic. This book is available a number of places on the internet, but I felt that having it here would be of benefit. Available in Audio
"Around The Wicket Gate" by C.H. Spurgeon, 22 pages of good reading.
The Character of David Brainerd A sermon Jonathan Edwards preached at the funeral of his friend, and fellow theologian,
Children To Be Educated For God by Edward Payson
Revival Addresses by R.A. Torrey
A Christmas Sermon By Robert Lewis Stevenson
Sinners In the Hands Of An Angry God A Classic sermon by Jonathan Edwards
Compel Them To Come In A sermon delivered by Charles H. Spurgeon in 1858
The Grace of God a sermon preached in 1998 by Dr. Jim Norton
Soul Winning: Every Christian's Job sermon preached by Dr. Curtis Hutson
Three Sermons and Three Prayers. by Jonathan Swift (author of Gulliver's Travels) 1667-1746
Christ The Believer's Wisdom a sermon by Gerorge Whitefield 1714-1770
Christ The Destroyer Of Death a sermon by Charles Hadon Spurgeon
Prayer of Jabez delivered by Charles Hadon Spurgeon in 1871
Why We Use The King James Version of the Bible a well written pamphlet By Dr. Richard Flanders
Benjamin Rush on the Bible in schools a tract By Dr. Benjamin Rush.
Benjamin Rush was a Founding Father of the United States. Rush was a signer of the Declaration of Independence and attended the Continental Congress. Later in life, he became a professor of medical theory and clinical practice at the University of Pennsylvania. Despite having a wide influence on the development of American government, he is not as widely known as many of his American contemporaries.
The Aged Pastor a poem by William Cullen Bryant cir 1864
The Devil Can Cite Scripture a short paper by Jonathan Edwards
The American Idea Of Religious Freedom a paper by Philip Schaff
Beauty of Form and Beauty of Mind a short story by Hans Christian Andersen (1872)
Declaration of Independence
Constitution of the United States
Common Sense by Thomas Paine written in February 1776
The Centennial Hymn By William Cullen Bryant
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