Henry Moorhouse

Collective Writings and Sermons of Henry Moorhouse

Of education, he had little or none; yet he was familiar with the ways of men, and developed a wonderful gift for winning the ear of the multitude. His personal appearance was by no means calculated to impress, so frail was he, so boyish in simplicity; but when once his tongue was unloosed, and the stores of his warm heart and alert mind were brought forth, men were fascinated by his glowing words, being, moreover, the more surprised that so much skill and so much fervour lay hidden beneath so ordinary an exterior; wherefore, as he expounded Scripture, still the wonder grew that one small head could carry all he knew.”
111 printed pages
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