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In the exercise of his high calling, the faithful ambassador of Christ must not scruple to declare the whole counsel of God—“rightly dividing the word of truth,” to all classes of hearers. He must warn the openly wicked man that if he persists in his evil courses, the just judgments of
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Published October 19th 2010 by WHITE DOG PUBLISHING (first published 1891)
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Jun 11, 2014 BRIAN POAD rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The gospel still the same.

I really liked this book, because it reminded me about the grace of God. Moody preached grace which was the reason why he was such a great soulwinner. Preachers should read this book, to remind them of the saving power of God's message. People seeking salvation. The doubting Christian who is doubting his salvation, and the believer who has lost his way. It was well worth the read!
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Aug 18, 2012 Bret Walker rated it really liked it
In surprisingly clear English, given the era it was written, D. L. Moody explains the concepts of Grace and its inherent forms - prevenient (God seeking us), justifying (God saving us through His Son), and sanctifying (God making us more like Him through His Holy Spirit). Moody uses Biblical references and real-world stories to support his illustrations. Many books written in the late 1800's are difficult to read because of the heaviness of the language, but I found Sovereign Grace to be simple ...more
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Mar 24, 2014 Chad Duke rated it it was amazing
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Apr 21, 2012 Jules rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A beautiful book. Seldom is a book both poetic and powerful, poignant and pleasing. This book is both in excess. A beautiful treatment concerning the grace of God. Simply wonderful. I will read it again and again.
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Dwight Lyman Moody was a predominant evangelist, author, and publisher. Raised on a farm in Massachusetts, he moved first to Boston, where he converted to evangelical Christianity in 1856, and then to Chicago, where he prospered in business. He gave up business in 1860 and engaged in missionary work with the YMCA (186173).

He founded Moody Church and preached in the slums, emphasizing literal inte
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