Author: Morgan, G. Campbell, Spurgeon, Charles H.
Genre: Theology - General
Tags: Doctrine / Theology

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

This is a book combining writings by Morgan with twelve sermons by Spurgeon.  The seven chapters by G. Campbell Morgan were extremely refreshing and have that “old book” ability to readjust and refresh one’s perspective of ministry.  In a day like ours, which relies on administration and methodology to produce results, the reader quickly gets the impression that these giants of the faith would be very uncomfortable living in our time.  “The wheels of the chariot are clogged by all attempts to make arrangements to help God!  They are speeded when, self forgotten, the Spirit that indwells is permitted to have unquestioned control.”

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