The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life (Pure Gold Classics Series)
This Christian classic began as a series of newspaper articles written by Hannah Whitall Smith for her husband's newspaper in 1873, and became a book two years later. Continually published for over 100 hundred years, it has been to...
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This Christian classic began as a series of newspaper articles written by Hannah Whitall Smith for her husband's newspaper in 1873, and became a book two years later.
Continually published for over 100 hundred years, it has been to hundreds of thousands the one book, other than the Bible, most instrumental in helping them to enter into a truly happy Christian life. Hannah proved the secret in her own life - she believed and lived what she taught. Because she did, countless others have found the secret in their lives. Now you, too, can discover in this book the secret of a happy Christian life!
"One of the most inspiring and influential books we have ever read." (Dale Evans and Roy Rogers)
A beautiful update of an uplifting classic! An instant success when it was first published 100 years ago, this volume continues to inspire thousands with its simple, life-changing message of faith and trust in God. This all-new edition includes an index, a brief biography, and end-of-chapter questions to help you apply Hannah's insights to your own life.
Great for personal reading or for in-depth group study, this sensitive revision includes a helpful topics Index, questions for personal reflection, and a short biography of the author.
Hannah Whitall Smith (1832-1911) was a writer and evangelist, active in America and England. She did not have an easy life. Of her seven children, only three lived to adulthood. In spite of, and perhaps because of, her unhappy circumstances, she was able to advise Christians on how to find and keep the joy of the Lord in A Christian's Secret of a Happy Life, her widely read and much loved book of Christian Holiness theology. Constant themes in her writings include the assurance of salvation and freedom from anxiety, as she portrays the richness of God's love and His desire to relate to us as the perfect Parent, Savior, Protector, and Friend. Hannah was also active in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Her other books include The Open Secret, and The Commonsense Teaching of the Bible.