A series of sermons which Dwight L. Moody preached at the Tabernacle. It is believed to be the largest and most correct publication of Mr. Moody’s sermons that has been offered to the public.
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When Mr. Moody began his series of meetings at the Tabernacle, The Inter-Ocean undertook to give accurate phonographic reports of his sermons. The undertaking was a success, and from many admiring friends of Mr. Moody, we have been requested to have the sermons reproduced in book form. In response to such requests, this volume is issued. The sermons have been carefully revised and corrected with the reporter’s notes. Omissions made in the daily reports, for want of time or space, have been made good, and some entire sermons reported but crowded out of the paper, will be found in these pages. On the whole, it is believed to be the largest and most correct publication of Mr. Moody’s sermons that has been offered to the public.
– The Inter-Ocean.
Chicago, Dec. 19th, 1876
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Dwight L. Moody, determined to make a fortune, arrived in Chicago and started selling shoes. But Christ found him, and his energies were redirected into full-time ministry. And what a ministry it was. Today, Moody’s name still graces a church, a mission, a college, and more. Moody loved God and men, and the power of a love like that impacts generations.
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