Description:Good. Only lightly used. Book has minimal wear to cover and...Good. Only lightly used. Book has minimal wear to cover and binding. A few pages may have small creases and minimal underlining. Book selection as BIG as Texas.
Description:Good. Pages may have contain writing, highlighting or notes. May...Good. Pages may have contain writing, highlighting or notes. May be an ex library copy with library markings. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Description:Fair. This copy has been clear-library-tape repaired at hinges....Fair. This copy has been clear-library-tape repaired at hinges. Former owner's name on free endpaper. No marks throughout otherwise. The foldover from the jacket has been removed from jacket and taped inside front cover giving profile of Author. This Spurgeon biography has been reprinted by Baker in paperback, but this is the 1934 hardcover. Sample of illustrations: Spurgeon as John Ploughman-Spurgeon at 21-26-Part of Puritan library-Metropolitan Tabernacle, etc. Good secured reading copy.
Description:Good -1 jacket. 3. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Same day shipping...Good -1 jacket. 3. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Same day shipping. Slight wear on edges. Spine creased and slightly tilted. Prior library book.
Description:Good Plus in Good jacket. Lightly bumped corners, Ex-library...Good Plus in Good jacket. Lightly bumped corners, Ex-library with stamp on title page and card pocket inside back cover. DJ has a couple of small tears and some fraying at top of spine. In new mylar sleeve.
Who am I?
I read Pilgrim?s Progress more than hundred times,
I married with the most beautiful wife in the world, although you may not agree,
I had 20,000 volumes in my bookshelf and I read them all,
I am a Baptist preacher, but never ordained,
I am counted as the best preacher yet I never went to the seminary,
I look at myself as more of puritan than a Baptist,
I was born in England yet my ancestors are from Dutch,
I was born in June 19th, 1834,
I was told by my friend here, at heaven that I preached to the most people in earth,
I preached to 20, 200, 3,000, 12,000, 15,000, 50,000, and most 65,000 at once.
I built the church, schools for preachers, houses, helping-hands facil, and orphanage,
I have influenced to more great preachers than anybody after me, yet humbly claim,
?Oh God, this is thy first seal to my ministry!
Thou knowest I would rather be the means of saving the souls from death
than to be the greatest orator on earth!?
- Charles Haddon Spurgeon, ?the Shadow of the Broad Brim.?
In many school works often it?s hard to catch up with your passion for Christ. One of the thing that trying to pursue even during the course work is reading Biographies of the giants like Spurgeon(Broad Bim), Luther(Here I Stand), Judson(Golden Shore), Finney(Like Passion), Criswell(Standing Promise) and many others.
Although my favorite is form Bainton, of course, R.Ellsworth Day is good too. And I can really say this generation is the one we really have to look back into the history and find what is the true believe and how much we are far form it. Lest or deeds do not become wasted in bema. And I believe the above very words from Spurgeon depicts so well what kind of heart we might miss from this generation as a prospect pastor.
Even so, Come, LORD Jesus. Amen Amen.
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