The rest of the world may be rewriting history, but Christians can confidently hold to the unchanging truths of God's Word. Many of these truths have been expounded most profoundly and clearly by preachers of bygone days -- and never have their words applied more. This collection of brief devotionals spans the centuries, including works from Augustine to Wesley, Bernard of Clairvaux to George Whitefield. Their words, spoken and written so long ago, were culled from deep and intimate knowledge of God and are as timeless as the truths they unfold. Devotionals include selections from the sermons of John Bunyan, G. Campbell Morgan, Charles H. Spurgeon, and George Morrison.
Excerpt "...We must sanctify ourselves. What that means is gathered from the words of Jesus: "For them I sanctify myself" (John 17:19). Facing the untrodden way, we are to dedicate ourselves again to God. We are to give ourselves to the duties of our calling with a fresh and unreserved surrender - no matter what our calling..." - George H. Morrison, Winter Day 1