The Mourner's Comforter
|Author: ||Charles Haddon Spurgeon|
|Pages: ||150 pages |
, new edition of Spurgeon's Shilling Series, Volume 4, first published in 1875. From the time of Spurgeon this was not reprinted until 1975 when a rare copy was found in the library of an American brother. "Heavy heart, this book is meant for you. He who sends forth this volume knows the heart of a mourner by a kindred experience, and is most anxious to be a 'son of consolation' to the sorrowing. This little volume is meant to scare the night raven, of which Milton tells us that it sits 'where brooding darkness spreads his jealous wings.' Most men know it as Religious Melancholy, but we call it by the older and more scriptural name of Mourning in Zion" (C.H. Spurgeon). Seven discourses on Isaiah 61:1-3.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 05 March, 2014.