The author endeavors to explain how “starting from nothing, Mr. Moody became the most influential spiritual figure America has yet produced.” He portrays Moody the man . . . in his daily contact with family and friends, as well as in his public appearances.
Says Mr. Fitt, in commenting on the failure of Mr. Moody’s popularity to exalt the man, “He so magnified the grace and power of God that he attracted no attention to himself.”
You will get an unforgettable picture of Moody in action. The book reveals something of the secret of Moody’s power, in order that, as the author expresses it, “a multitude of other lives may be quickened.”