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Narrative of Messrs: Moody and Sankey's Labors in Scotland and Ireland (Classic Reprint)
Messrs. Moody and Sankey are exciting so much interest, and producing so great an impression, that the public should be made acquainted with the circumstances that have brought them into the position which they now occupy. It ought to be known that they have not run unsent, and have not taken upon themselves, without due cause, the responsibility of the...
Messrs. Moody and Sankey are exciting so much interest, and producing so great an impression, that the public should be made acquainted with the circumstances that have brought them into the position which they now occupy. It ought to be known that they have not run unsent, and have not taken upon themselves, without due cause, the responsibility of the work which they are now carrying on. A brief sketch of the chief facts in Mr. Moody slife will show clearly how this matter stands. Mr. Moody was born in the year 1837, in the State of Massachusetts, in the district which was the scene of the great awakening,under Jonathan Edwards, about a hundred years before. But so far from his inheriting anything from that remarkable movement, he had not even heard the Gospel of the grace of God till he was about seventeen years of age. Going about that time to Boston, to be trained for business in the establishment of an uncle, he one day went into the church of Dr. Kirk, a Congregational minister in that city. There, for the first time, he listened to an evangelical sermon. It had the effect of making him uncomfortable, and he resolved not to go back. He felt that his heart had been laid bare, and he wondered who had told the preacher about him. Something, however, induced him to go back next Sunday, and the impression was renewed. AS unday-school teacher in whose class he had been, having come to see him and ask for him at his place of business, he opened up his mind to him, and he was enabled to enter into that peace and joy in believing to which he has been the instrument of introducing so many. Not very long after this, Mr. Moody left Boston and proceeded to Chicago, where he entered into business for himself. Being full of the desire to be useful, he went into a Sunday-school, and asked the superintendent if he would give him a class. In this school there were twel(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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