REVIVAL
ADDRESSES


BY

R. A. TORREY

AUTHOR OF

"What the Bible Teaches," "How to Work for Christ,"
"How to Pray," "The Fundamentals" (ed)

CONTENTS


1. GOD

2. "GOD IS LOVE"

3. "FOUND WANTING"

4. THE JUDGMENT DAY

5. EVERY MAN'S NEED OF A REFUGE
6. THE DRAMA OF LIFE IN THREE ACTS

7. A QUESTION THAT SHOULD STARTLE EVERY MAN WHO IS NOT A CHRISTIAN

8. A SOLEMN QUESTION FOR THOSE WHO ARE REJECTING CHRIST THAT THEY MAY OBTAIN THE WORLD

9. REFUGES OF LIES

10. THE WAY OF SALVATION MADE AS PLAIN AS DAY

11. WHAT IT COSTS NOT TO BE A CHRISTIAN

12. THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION THAT ANY MAN EVER ASKED OR ANSWERED

13. ONE OF THE SADDEST UTTERANCES THAT EVER FELL FROM THE LIPS OF THE SON OF GOD

14. "WHAT ARE YOU WAITING?"

15. EXCUSES

16. HEROES AND COWARDS

17. THREE FIRES

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INTRODUCTION

REQUESTS have come from many quarters for the publication of some of the sermons which God has been pleased to so greatly use in Japan, China, Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, India, England, and Scotland. This volume is published in response to this request. The author hopes that the sermons may be used as greatly in their printed form as they have been when spoken. The sermons when delivered, as here published, were taken down in shorthand, but have been carefully revised by the author. Each one of them has many sacred memories connected with it. When one of these sermons was delivered through an interpreter in a Japanese city, eighty-seven Japanese came forward and declared publicly their acceptance of Christ. After the delivery of another in Shanghai, a large number of Chinese men and women walked out from their places among their heathen companions and publicly professed their acceptance of Christ. On some occasions in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, hundreds of men and women came forward and with their own lips publicly confessed their acceptance of Christ as their Saviour and their Lord. Reports of some of these sermons have been given in religious and secular papers, but these reports have been necessarily fragmentary and inaccurate, as they have never been revised by the author. I have abundant proof that even these unsatisfactory reports have done good, but it seems desirable that a full and accurate report of what I have said be given to the public.

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