McCheyne, Robert Murray

TITLE: BIOGRAPHY OF ROBERT MURRAY MCCHEYNE

AUTHOR: Andrew Bonar
CATEGORY: BIOGRAPHY
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An inspirational classic of the young pastor who shook Scotland. In 1843 his friend the Rev. Andrew Bonar writes this touching portrait of McCheyne, a man of God who died when he was only 29 years of age. His commitment to Jesus, his compassion for souls and his passion for revival continues to make this classic a must-read!
Spurgeon once said about this book: “This is one of the best and most profitable volumes ever published. The memoir of such a man ought surely to be in the hands of every Christian and certainly every preacher of the Gospel.”

• Optimized Table of Contents, spell-checked and fully searchable.
• Includes over a dozen illustrations!

 

 


 

McCheyne’s biography by Andrew Bonar also included in:

TITLE: 5 CLASSIC CHRISTIAN BIOGRAPHIES (Brainerd, McCheyne, Carey, Muller, Booth)

AUTHOR: various
CATEGORY: BIOGRAPHY
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This outstanding volume brings together 5 of the greatest Christian Classic Biographies from the years 1700-1900. These writings not only shed light on the lives of each of these incredible individuals, they will also challenge and encourage your life as you glimpse their passion for God, perseverance in trials, and faith in achieving great things for God!

– The Life and Diary of David Brainerd – by Jonathan Edwards (1749).
– The Biography of Robert Murray McCheyne – by Andrew Bonar (1843)
– The Life of William Carey – by George Smith (1885)
– George Muller of Bristol – by A. T. Pierson (1899)
– The Authoritative Life of General William Booth – by G. S. Railton (1912)

• Optimized Table of Contents, spell-checked and fully searchable.
• Over 1000 pages in one volume!
• Includes illustrations!

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