Daily Help

Daily Help

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Out of his own broad humanity, and after long personal experience in ministering to the spiritual needs of man, Reverend Charles Spurgeon selected for DAILY HELP some of his most inspiring thoughts on the human condition. The estraordinary richness and variety of the collection - which covers the whole of human experience - makes this a book to be treasured and read every day of the year.Reverend Spurgeon defines prayer as the means by which all humanity may best find communication with God. In meaningful passages that are beautifully expressed and simply stated, he describes how prayer is a sure guide towards nobler thoughts and greater deeds. He explians why proayer plays such a vital role in life - in moments of depression when doubts prevail, in times of elation when joy overflows.The stimulating spiritual sentiments gathered here, one for each day of the year, will comfort and console, direct and encourage every heart every moment of every day.show more

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  • Hardback | 192 pages
  • 109.2 x 157.5 x 25.4mm | 158.76g
  • Penguin Putnam Inc
  • Jeremy P Tarcher
  • Los Angeles, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1585425672
  • 9781585425679
  • 1,851,295

About C. H. Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon was born in England in 1834, and from an early age engaged in religious work and soon became known for his eloquent preaching. His congregation grew so rapidly that eventually the great Metroplolitan Tabernacle in London was built to house all those who came to see him. Reverend Spurgeon died in Mentone, France in 1892show more

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