Addresses by Henry Drummond

Addresses by Henry Drummond

by Henry Drummond

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What does true love look like practically? How do I rest my soul and obtain joy? What exactly should I be seeking in this life? Why does doubt haunt me?

Henry Drummond answers these questions and many more in his Addresses. He guides you through several topics, providing clear points along the way, by pulling from the Bible and his experiences. Find answers to your questions and refreshment through the Holy Scriptures.

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ISBN-13: 9780802492685
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Publication date: 01/01/1900
Series: Colportage Library , #67
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 122
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

HENRY DRUMMOND was born in Stirling, Scotland on August 17, 1851. As a young man he attended Edinburgh University where he particularly enjoyed the natural sciences. However, driven by a desire to preach the Gospel, he entered the Free Church of Scotland, where, before taking his own pastorate, he worked with D.L. Moody on his evangelistic efforts. In 1877 he became a teacher of natural science at the Free Church College. He spent six years lecturing and writing until, in 1883, he received an opportunity to conduct a geological survey in southern Africa. Upon his return a year later, he found himself to be rather famous in his homeland. Later on he would write of his work in Africa and participate in a similar work in Australia. He continued to write and lecture in England and the United States until his death on March 11, 1897.

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