Excerpt from Sacred Hours With Young Christians
It is not intended that these pages should cover the field of Christian evidences, or even embrace the entire range of practical duty. The aim is to give kindly hints and practical suggestions upon duties which lie at the intro duction of a Christian life. A familiar manner is chosen, adapted to the treatment of subjects which do not usually come within the range of pulpit teaching or preaching, and which are not treated in books now in circulation.
How to be a happy Christian is a question asked by many who have just begun the Master's service. These pages seek to help the reader to solve this problem successfully in daily experience and life. It is the heart of the writer, who has sought to walk humbly with Christ over thirty years, placed beside the heart of the reader, trying to lend a ray of light as the traveler takes his steps upward in the way of love and fellowship with God.
The productions and thoughts of others have been inter woven, so as to enrich greatly the brief chapters.
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