All Prayers Answered
"He returned home with the letter, and started for L----; went there the same day, some forty miles; found sleigh and harness safe, with no encumbrance. The landlord informed him that, a few nights before, at twelve o'clock, a man calling himself Jo...
"aunt Sally's" Faith.
"'Aunt Sally,' says the _American Messenger_, was a devout, working, trustful Christian. Her husband was a cripple, almost helpless, an unbeliever, and to some extent an opposer of religion. They lived alone. The severity of a northern winter was ...
"A lady who lived on the north side of London, set out one day to see a poor sick friend, living in Drury Lane, and took with her a basket provided with tea, butter, and food. The day was fine and clear when she started; but as she drew near Islin...
"i Can't Stop To Pray."
"A deacon living in a Berkshire town was requested to give his prayers in behalf of a poor man with a large family who had broken his leg. 'I can't stop now to pray,' said the deacon (who was picking and barreling his early apples for the city mar...
"lending To The Lord."
"A physician who is not a professor of religion, in a neighboring city, has for many years exhibited an unshaken faith in that declaration. He told me that he has made many experiments on it, and the Lord has fulfilled his words, 'That which he ha...
"no Man Can Pluck Them Out Of My Father's Hand."
A brother says, "Jesus says this, and I rest just there." "A year ago I was in Philadelphia. I had resolved not to drink any liquor that day, but my resolution was soon broken. In the evening as I wandered the streets, that voice of God, '_Turn ye...
"none Of The Lord's Children Left Desolate."
"_The Christian Era_ tells of a Dutch preacher who held a meeting one evening in a strange city. While he was preaching, and enforcing upon the hearts of his hearers the doctrine of the Cross, a police officer came into the room and forbade him to...
"of Course He Will."
Mr. Moody also gives the story of a little child whose father and mother had died, and she was taken into another family. The first night she asked if she could pray, as she used to do. They said, Oh, yes! So she knelt down, and prayed as her mo...
"the Lord Will Provide."
A poor but pious widow in Boston, in her eighty-seventh year, said to a friend, "When I was left a widow with three little children, I was brought into such extremity that they were crying for bread, and I had nothing for them to eat. As I arose o...
"the Lord Woke Me Up In Time To Save My Clothes."
In the very top of a four-story building, used only for various manufacturing purposes, lived an old man and daughter. They lived literally _by faith in Christ_, from _day_ to _day_; one hour at a time. At his voice, followed Him, whether into dar...
"trust In The Lord."
"A poor negro woman, after the death of her husband, had no means of support for herself and two little children, except the labor of her own hands; yet she found means out of her deep poverty to give something for the promotion of the cause of he...
"you Must Not Go."
A remarkable instance of deep impression occasionally made by the Holy Spirit on the mind of the Rev. William Bramwell during prayer, occurred in Liverpool. A pious young woman, a member of Society, wished to go to her friends, then living in Jama...
The Prayer Of Faith.
Almost A Bankrupt.
The Prayer Of A Missionary In Mexico Answered - Saved From Banditti.
Saved From The Hands Of A Desperado.
Remarkable Preservation From Brain Difficulties.
Life Brought Back Again In The Midst Of Death.
Little George's Prayer.
An Infidel's Life Spared A Few Days.
Trust In The Lord.
The Blind Restored To Sight.
Praying For Tea.
A Bad Debt Paid.
Lending To The Lord.
"the Lord Will Provide."
The Praying Shoe-maker.
The Hardest Heart Yields At Last.