-From the Preface
--From the Foreword
In this volume Dr. Morgan's sturdy faith stands out like a beacon, and his instinctive insight and close scrutiny bring out all the force of Christianity's greatest apostle.
Here is a mine for preachers seeking new inspiration for their sermons and a handbook for Christian workers and laymen who wish to become better acquainted with the teachings of the Apostle Paul.
G. Campbell Morgan is the author of more than seventy volumes, each of which shows its readers why this scholar and preacher could move more people with sheer exposition than any of his contemporaries.
This is the divine, interwoven tapestry of the Word, as God gave it warp and woof, described by one who sees the golden thread of one increasing purpose and unfolding message running through it all. It is G. Campbell Morgan at his informal and inspiring best.
I do this in order that, we may ask finally, what are thelessons God would teach us in this day of His visitation? Yet I cannot helpreverting, before going further, to the passage that I have read in yourhearing. Peter stood in the midst of one of the most wonderful scenes that theworld has ever beheld. When men said of the shouting multitude that they weredrunk, Peter said, “No, those men are not drunken as ye suppose”; but “this isthat,” which was spoken by the Prophet Joel. If anyone shall say to me, “Whatdo you think of the Welsh Revival?” I say at once, “This is that.”