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The Secret of Guidance (Moody Classic Series)

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F. B. Meyer writes, "The grace of purity and self-control, of fervent prayer and understanding in the Scriptures, of love for men and zeal for God, of lowliness and meekness, of gentleness and goodness-all is in Christ; and if Christ is in us, all is ours also."

F.B. Meyer was a contemporary and friend of D.L. Moody who was also a pioneer in the field of inner-city missions work. Drawing constantly on Scripture in this book, Meyer exhorts us to seek after God's best for our lives by examining our inner motives, understanding Christ's role in our present-day, and then examining how we ought to then bear up underneath the secret of God's guidance.

^prayer and understanding in the Scriptures, of love for men and zeal for God, of ^lowliness and meekness, of gentleness and goodness-all is in Christ; and if Christ ^is in us, all is ours also."

F.B. Meyer was a contemporary and friend of ^D.L. Moody who was also a pioneer in the field of inner-city missions work. Drawing ^constantly on Scripture in this book, Meyer exhorts us to seek after God's best ^for our lives by examining our inner motives, understanding Christ's role in our ^present-day, and then examining how we ought to then bear up underneath the secret ^of God's guidance.


F. B. MEYER (1847-1929) was an internationally known British minister ^of the Gospel, a public servant, and an evangelist for more than sixty years. A ^good friend of D. L. Moody, he began preaching at Christ Church in London, when ^there were only 100 regular attendees. Within two years he was preaching regularly ^to over 2,000 people. Charles Spurgeon once spoke of him, saying "Meyer preaches ^as a man who has seen God face to face." Meyer was also active in the temperance ^movement, worked to close more than 500 houses of prostitution, and formed a prison ^aid society. Meyer authored more than 40 books, including biographies, devotional ^commentaries, sermon volumes and expository works. He also authored several pamphlets ^and edited a number of magazines.

Drawing on Scripture, Meyer exhorts us to seek after God's best by examining ^our inner motives. He explains how to understand Christ's role in our present-day, ^and examine how we ought to then bear up underneath God's guidance.



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F. B. Meyer writes, "The grace of purity and self-control, of fervent prayer and understanding in the Scriptures, of love for men and zeal for God, of lowliness and meekness, of gentleness and goodness-all is in Christ; and if Christ is in us, all is ours also."

F.B. Meyer was a contemporary and friend of D.L. Moody who was also a pioneer in the field of inner-city missions work. Drawing constantly on Scripture in this book, Meyer exhorts us to seek after God's best for our lives by examining our inner motives, understanding Christ's role in our present-day, and then examining how we ought to then bear up underneath the secret of God's guidance.

^prayer and understanding in the Scriptures, of love for men and zeal for God, of ^lowliness and meekness, of gentleness and goodness-all is in Christ; and if Christ ^is in us, all is ours also."

F.B. Meyer was a contemporary and friend of ^D.L. Moody who was also a pioneer in the field of inner-city missions work. Drawing ^constantly on Scripture in this book, Meyer exhorts us to seek after God's best ^for our lives by examining our inner motives, understanding Christ's role in our ^present-day, and then examining how we ought to then bear up underneath the secret ^of God's guidance.


F. B. MEYER (1847-1929) was an internationally known British minister ^of the Gospel, a public servant, and an evangelist for more than sixty years. A ^good friend of D. L. Moody, he began preaching at Christ Church in London, when ^there were only 100 regular attendees. Within two years he was preaching regularly ^to over 2,000 people. Charles Spurgeon once spoke of him, saying "Meyer preaches ^as a man who has seen God face to face." Meyer was also active in the temperance ^movement, worked to close more than 500 houses of prostitution, and formed a prison ^aid society. Meyer authored more than 40 books, including biographies, devotional ^commentaries, sermon volumes and expository works. He also authored several pamphlets ^and edited a number of magazines.

Drawing on Scripture, Meyer exhorts us to seek after God's best by examining ^our inner motives. He explains how to understand Christ's role in our present-day, ^and examine how we ought to then bear up underneath God's guidance.


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F B Meyer

F B Meyer (1847-1929) born in London of German ancestry, he graduated from London University and completed theological training at Regent's Park College. Meyer was a popular convention speaker at Northfield in the United States, Keswick, England and Portstewart, Northern Ireland. Meyer was a man with a compassionate heart, prolific pen and graceful style. His writings are still widely read including Christ in Isaiah, Joseph: Loved, Despised, and Exalted, and in particular his Pulpit Legend Series and Classic Portrait series.-Editorial Review.

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  • Catalogue Code 330764
  • Product Code 9781575679501
  • ISBN 1575679507
  • EAN 9781575679501
  • Department Academic
  • Category Classic
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Moody Publishers
  • Publication Date Jun 2010
  • Sales Rank #76080
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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