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Jottings and Hints for Lay Preachers

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On each Lord’s day large numbers of devoted men, who have not received special training for their noble work, go forth to preach the unsearch­able riches of Christ.

It is impossible to overestimate the worth of their self-sacrificing labors. Thousands of pulpits in town and country would stand empty and silent but for them. And the standard of excellence set before them and realized is very high.

I have put together these chapters in as brief a form as possible, because I am addressing busy men; but they contain the results of a good deal of experience and observation, and they come with much cordial esteem to those whom I may fitly claim as brethren and fellow-workers in the gospel of our Lord.

F. B. Meyer

CrossReach Publications

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