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The Riches of His Grace might well be an apt description of these twelve forceful Gospel appeals, which were first of all delivered to audiences of three thousand people in the Moody Memorial Church, Chicago. Though spoken extemporaneously, and primarily intended to bring conviction, life, and peace to many, yet they contain much helpful matter of an expository nature which cannot fail to refresh the soul of those who wish to company with their Lord in the "valley of gladness," "giving thanks unto God for His Unspeakable Gift."
About the Author
Dr. Henry (Harry) Allen Ironside received his degree of Doctor of Literature from Wheaton College. He began preaching in Los Angeles at the age of fourteen and later served as a Bible teacher, Evangelist and Preacher. He was President of the Western Book & Tract Company, and for six years he was professor of Biblical Literature at the Evangelical Theological College in Dallas, Texas. In 1930, he became the Pastor of Moody Memorial Church in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Ironside was known to preach twice each Sabbath to audiences of over three thousand at each service.
During his day, Dr. Ironside was widely and favorably known throughout the United States, Canada and Great Britain. He was one of the most outstanding Bible teachers and preachers of his time, a man of God, with a message from God, which he delivered in the power of God. His life was a benediction to all who knew him and his ministry enriched the Christian church. He authored over thirty volumes, many booklets and numerous articles in the religious Press. From the long list of his published works, mention should be made of Notes on Jeremiah, The Minor Prophets, Notes on Proverbs, Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther, Lectures on Daniel the Prophet, Lectures on Revelation, Lectures on Romans, Lectures on Colossians, Lectures on the Epistles of John, Notes on Hebrews and Titus. He also served as the editor of The Moody Church News.
H.A. Ironside gives a helpful seven-fold categorization of the gospel in the New Testament in this classic book.