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Eric Liddell   It's complete surrender
Eric Liddell ran, spoke, and lived with great faithfulness and solid commitment to Christ. The movie, Chariots of Fire, chronicled his faith, influencing yet another generation for Jesus Christ.


Reuben Archer Torrey   Personal Soul Winner
"If you are this moment troubled about any sin that you have ever committed, either in the past or in the present, just look at Jesus on the cross. It is an act of base ingratitude to God to brood over sins that He in His infinite love has canceled."

J. C. Ryle

J. C. Ryle   First Bishop of Liverpool
Ryle combined his commanding presence and vigorous advocacy of his principles with graciousness and warmth in his personal relations. Vast numbers of working men and women attended his special preaching meetings, and many were led to faith in Christ.

Thomas DeWitt Talmage

Thomas DeWitt Talmage   The most spectacular pulpit orator of his time.
Spurgeon stated of Talmage's ministry: "His sermons take hold of my inmost soul. The Lord is with the mighty man. I am astonished when God blesses me but not surprised when He blesses him."

Rodney (Gipsy) Smith

Rodney (Gipsy) Smith   God's Gipsy
"The longer I live the more astonished I am at the reluctance of Christian people to testify concerning their own experience. If only they could summon up courage to say to some lonely neighbor, 'I love Him; do you?' the results would amaze them."

Harry A. Ironside

Harry A. Ironside   A Unique Ministry
Never formally ordained and with no experience whatever as a pastor, Ironside took over the 4,000-seat Moody Memorial Church in Chicago and often filled it to capacity for 18 1/2 years.

William Carey

William Carey   Father of Baptist Missions
Carey buried his wife and two of his children on the mission field, but his devotion to the cause of Christ never wavered. He lived and died by his often quoted motto, "Expect great things from God. Attempt great things for God."

Robert Murray M'Cheyne

Robert Murray M'Cheyne   A man of Fervent Prayer
It is not how long you live, but how you live that counts." Robert Murray M'Cheyne was a living example of this often neglected truth. At twenty-three years old he was ordained and inducted into the church of St. Peters at Dundee. At thirty years old he finished his course, dying in the spring of 1843.

George Fox

George Fox   The unshakable Shaker
When George Fox was about 23, he began preaching to others the truths revealed to him. He was mightily used of God. Thus he came in the nick of time "to save the church from deadness and formalism, and the world from infidelity." He was sent of God to call the church to real spiritual worship.

William Perkins

Dr. William Perkins   The Elizabethan Puritan Par Excellance!
Mr. Perkins was so pious and exemplary in his life, that malice itself was unable to reproach his character. As his preaching was a just comment upon his text; so his practice was a just comment upon his preaching. He was of a middle stature, ruddy complexion, bright hair, and inclined to corpulency, but not to idleness.

Christmas Evans

Christmas Evans   The Welsh Preacher
Christmas Evans , one of the great Welsh preachers, was born on Christmas day 1766, at a place called Ysgaerwen, in the parish of Llandyssul, Cardiganshire [Wales]. His father, Samuel Evans, was a poor shoemaker, who, dying when his son was only nine years old, left him in a state of complete destitution.

John Wycliffe

John Wycliffe   He wanted to bring God to the common people.
Despite heated opposition from church leaders, John Wycliffe pursued his mission to make God's Word available to all. His strong words and reform efforts shook the very foundation of the Church, he was challenged in public debates, branded a heretic, and pursued for persecution.

John Hyde

John Hyde   "O God, give me souls or I die!"
John Hyde's prayer life ranks in a league with the prayer lives of men like Andrew Murray, George Mueller, Charles Finney, and Rees Howells. Draw near to brother Hyde's prayer closet and you will see the tears coursing down his face-and hear the groaning and sobs as he pleads, "O God, give me souls or I die!" And indeed the Lord did-thousands of them. If you want to pray effectively, you can do with no better example than to read the life of John Hyde.

Richard Baxter

Richard Baxter   Prayer Makes History
Mr. Baxter possessed that rare combination of a prophet's fiery zeal and a pastor's tender care. In the year of 1647 Baxter was resettled in his old church at Kidderminster. It was here that he sparked and nurtured a mighty revival. By the end of Baxter's stay, the entire community was miraculously transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Noah Webster

Noah Webster   If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?
Noah Webster was an American lexicographer, journalist, textbook author, and spelling reformer. He was born at West Hartford, Connecticut, on the 16th of October 1758. Noah Webster published his first dictionary of the English language in 1806, and in 1828 published the first edition of his An American Dictionary of the English Language.

Charles T. Studd

Charles T. Studd   Forward Ever, Backward Never!
From 1900-1906 Studd was pastor of a church at Ootacamund in South India and although it was a different situation to the pioneer missionary work in China, his ministry was marked by numerous conversions amongst the British officials and the local community. However, on his return home Studd became concerned about the large parts of Africa that had never been reached with the Gospel and in 1910 he went to the Sudan and was convicted by the lack of Christian witness in central Africa.

Charles Grandison Finney

Charles Grandison Finney   The Persuaded Life
No other person has influenced the subject of revival in America like Charles Grandison Finney. Nor did anyone better represent the untamed spirit of frontier America in the 19th century than Finney. His life and ministry spanned continents and controversy. In America, Finney was considered the father of modern revivalism with over 500,000 conversions resulting from his ministry.

William Law

William Law   A kindled flame
"If you will here stop and ask yourself why you are not as pious as the primitive Christians were, your own heart will tell you that it is neither through ignorance nor inability, but because you never thoroughly intended it." An excert form his book, A Serious Call To a Devout and Holy Life published in 1728.

John Owen

John Owen   Vigorous exertion of the spirit
"Theologian, was born of Puritan parents at Stadham in Oxfordshire in 1616. At twelve years of age he was admitted at Queen's College, Oxford, where he took his B.A. degree in 1632 and M.A. in 1635. During these years he worked with such diligence that he allowed himself but four hours sleep a night."

A. B. Simpson

A. B. Simpson   A man of vision and faith
"Born to parents of Scottish descent. He grew to be one of the most respected Christian figures in American evangelicalism. A much sought after speaker and pastor."

A. W. Tozer

A. W. Tozer   A Life In Pursuit of God
"Although A. W. Tozer died in 1963, his life and spiritual legacy continue to draw many into a deeper knowledge of God. Tozer walked a path in his spiritual life that few attempt, characterized by a relentless and loving pursuit of God. "

David Livingstone

David Livingstone   A Missionary Heart and Soul
"It's hard to imagine Africa once being called the "dark continent." Yet this is exactly what it was to the outside world less than 150 years ago. However, thanks to the relentless efforts and commitment of David Livingstone, Africa became a land open not only to civilization but to the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

Dwight Moody

Dwight Moody   The Empowered Life
"Dwight Moody was one of history's most influential and effective servants of God. It is estimated that during Moody's lifetime, he traveled more than one million miles, spoke to more than 100 million people, and led hundreds of thousands, if not millions, to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ."

Hudson Taylor

Hudson Taylor   The Exchanged Life
"James Hudson Taylor was born into a Christian home in England where zeal for Christ was the mainspring. Born in 1832, Taylor's parents had prayed: "Dear God, if You should give us a son, grant that he may work for You in China.""

Andrew Murray

Andrew Murray   The Apostle Of Abiding Love
"Murray was an alert and intense man, continuing on in his writings until his death at age eightynine. His burning desire to transpose all that lay on his heart and spirit to paper was revealed in the presence of several manuscripts in various stages of completion at the time of his death. "

Cotton Mather

Cotton Mather   American Congregational Puritan Minister and Author
"Born Feb. 12, 1663, Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, died Feb. 13, 1728, Boston. "American Congregational minister and author, supporter of the old order of the ruling clergy, who became the most celebrated of all New England Puritans."

John W. McGarvey

John W. McGarvey  
"In 1886 he published Volume I. of a work on Christian Evidence, entitled "Text and Canon;" and this was followed in 1891 by Volume II., "Credibility and Inspiration of the Bible." These works bear the marks of conscientious and careful investigation, and received favorable notice from various sources."

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