By Boreham, Frank W.
A collection of essays by F. W. Boreham. Boreham wrote at least 50 full-length books and has been called the greatest essayist in the English language. His work has been hailed in recent days by Billy and Ruth Graham, Ravi Zacharias, and Warren Wiersbe as one of the most under-ap...preciated authors of the 20th century. While almost all of his works are rare and out of print, some selling for hundreds of dollars, we are working to make more of them available through the Kindle store for modern readers. Of the books that have played the greatest role in molding me, I count many volumes by especially one writer: F. W. Boreham. He authored more than fifty books of essays and pastored congregations in New Zealand, Tasmania, and Australia. He was not the classical preacher, not even a profound, deep preacher, but he was marvelous at seeing beauty in the simple things of life. He heeded John Wesley's charge to young preachers to blend simplicity with sublimity, 'the strongest sense in the plainest language.Read more
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