Authors

Mark Guy Pearse

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Summary

"But most of all he sought to do good by the uprightness of his conduct; truth in every thing, love to every body, and, first and foremost, his dnty to his Lord and Master-these were the sermons that did most good. Every body could listen to them whether they went to church or chapel. The deafest could hear them, and the plainest people could understand them. Nobody quarreled with the doctrine, and no sermons were half so convincing as these." pg 12

Series

;233

Publication Date

August 2011

Keywords

Friend, good, doing, temperance, God, Word, Jesus

Comments

Late 19th century Methodist Episcopal tract on issues from theology to ethics. Old URL: http://ecommons.asburyseminary.edu/xmlui/handle/10910/17243

Language

English

A Good Old Man

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