Evangelism | Example | Mother | Preaching | Purity

There is a beautiful story in the biography of G. Campbell Morgan. He had four sons, all of whom were preachers. The youngest son, Howard, considered a great preacher, once took his father’s place on this side of the Atlantic while Dr. Morgan ministered in London. Someone came into the drawing room when the family was there and, thinking to find out what Howard was ‘made of,’ asked this question, “Howard, who is the greatest preacher in your family?” Howard had a great admiration for his father and looked across at him; then without a moment’s hesitation, he answered, “My mother.” Howard was right; sometimes men and women, never standing on a platform or at a pulpit preach the greatest sermons through living out in their daily lives the Word and practicing the great truths of Holy Writ. Arnold Nelson, Presbyterian Church, Salinas, CA.

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