Phillips Brooks: The United Service of the Churches of Boston at the Old South Meeting-house, Boston, January 30, 1893, in Memory of Phillips Brooks

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J. S. Smith & Company, 1894 - 37 pages
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Page 29 - he said, with a homely and yet a very striking figure, "It is this way: our great preachers take into the pulpit a bucket full or half full of the Word of God, and then, by the force of personal mechanism, they attempt to convey it to the congregation. But this man is just a great water main, attached to the everlasting reservoir of God's truth and grace and love, and streams of life, by a heavenly gravitation, pour through him to refresh every weary soul.
Page 37 - Nay, will you not now devote yourself, in some good degree, to adding as far as possible to that " multitude which no man can number, gathered out of every kindred and people, and nation and tongue...

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