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the world has yet to see what can be achieved through one man fully surrendered to God,
This review is from: Moody Without Sankey (Historymakers) (Paperback)
The life of the great 19th century American revivalist Dwight L. Moody and his accompanying soloist, Ira D Sankey. There are some great Moody anecdotes in the book eg his call to the ministry through someone saying in his hearing that "the world has yet to see what can be achieved through one man fully surrendered to God"; his zealous attempts to get a pub owner to come to church - all his arguments were fruitless until one day he brought a child with him and got him to pray; the prayer moved the pub owner to tears and he came along to church; the way that God used a converted English pickpocket who travelled all the way from London to Chicago to tell Moody that God doesn't hate sinners but loves them...