If ever the old adage ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ needed illustration, here is proof of its truthfulness. I must confess to being tempted to dismiss this one because of its cover, but I am so glad that I was prevailed upon to read it.
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.
When it first arrived on my desk I had to ask Janis, my secretary, to take it away from me because I couldn’t put it down! Rather like a bag of delicious sweets, you are tempted to keep returning for another of the Doctor’s magnificent gems.
n teaching the nations God’s requirement, it is vital that we do not simply impose new rules and regulations but bring God’s people to a new stance of grace and faith. This requires Spirit-inspired and empowered preaching and teaching that […]