F.B. Meyer: If I had a Hundred Lives…
by Bob Holman
A contemporary of Alexander Boddy, F.B. Meyer would be better known as a result of his many devotional books. He became a famous Keswick speaker and an enormously popular spiritual leader and master of the pulpit in the years between C.H. Spurgeon and Campbell Morgan.
What this biography lacks in style it makes up for in its interesting detail of Meyer’s life, including his personal search for holiness and his passion for helping the poor, which led to sustained sacrificial decisions.