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Moody's Stories D. L. Moody

Moody's Stories D. L. Moody

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Moody's Stories D. L. Moody
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Moody's Stories, by Dwight LymanMoody
The Project Gutenberg EBook of Moody's Stories, by Dwight LymanMoody This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-useit under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with thiseBook or online at www.gutenberg.net
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Title: Moody's Stories Incidents and IllustrationsAuthor: Dwight Lyman MoodyRelease Date: June 29, 2010 [EBook #33024]Language: EnglishCharacter set encoding: ISO-8859-1*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK MOODY'SSTORIES ***Produced by Juliet Sutherland and the Online Distributed ProofreadingTeam at http://www.pgdp.netMoody's Stories INCIDENTS and ILLUSTRATIONS[Illustration]Copyrighted, 1884, by F. H. RevelPrinted in United States of AmericaMoody's StoriesBeing a Second Volume of Anecdotes Incidents and IllustrationsBy D. L. MoodyAuthorized CollectionTHE MOODY PRESS 153 Institute Place CHICAGOMOODY'S STORIES
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Lady PendulumWhen Mr. Sankey and I were in London a lady who attended our meetingswas brought into the house in her carriage, being unable to walk. At firstshe was very skeptical; but one day she said to her servant:"Take me into the inquiry room."After I had talked with her a good while about her soul she said:"But you will go back to America, and it will be all over.""Oh, no," said I, "it is going to last forever."I couldn't make her believe it. I don't know how many times I talked withher. At last I used the fable of the pendulum in the clock. The pendulumfigured up the thousands of times it would have to tick, and gotdiscouraged, and was going to give up. Then it thought, "It is only a tick ata time," and went on. So it is in the Christian life--only one step at a time.That helped this lady very much. She began to see that if she could trust inGod for a supply of grace for only one day, she could go right on in thesame way from day to day. As soon as she saw this, she came out quitedecided. But she never could get done talking about that pendulum. Theservants called her Lady Pendulum. She had a pendulum put up in her roomto remind her of the illustration, and when I went away from London shegave me a clock--I've got it in my house still.The Greater MysteryDr. Andrew Bonar once said that, although it was a mystery to him how sinshould have come into the world, it was still a greater mystery how Godshould have come here to bear the penalty of it Himself.Never Runs Dry
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