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SERMONS. New Series, consisting of four volumes. Vol. I. "Sundown,"
and 32 other Sermons; Vol II. “Fishing Too Near Shore," and 35 other Sermons; Vol. III. “Old Wells Dug Out," and 23 other Sermons; Vol. IV.“ Every-Day Religion," and 32 other Sermons. 12mo, cloth, each $2.00.--The Brooklyn Tabernacle " - 104 Sermons. 4to, clot£ $1.50.
REV C. H. SPURGEON: “ Mr. Talmage's discourses lay hold of my inmost soul. The Lord is with this mighty man of valor. So may he ever be till the campaign closes with victory: I am indeed glad of his voice. It cheers me intensely. He loves the Gospel and believes in something, which some preachers hardly do. There are those about who use the old labels, but the articles are not the same. May the Lord win armies of souls to Jesus by this man! I am astonished when God blesses me, but somehow I should not be so much surprised if He blessed this man.”
E. D. G. PRIME, D.D, New York Observer : “These sermons I regard as among the best specimens of the simple, earnest and pungent presenta. tion of the solemn and precious truths of the Gospel that I have ever read. They have a fertility of illustration that is marvelous.
AROUND THE TEA TABLE. A volume of familiar talks on Domestic,
Social and Religious Topics. 12mo, 509 pp., cloth, $1.50.
PART:AL CONTENTS.-The Balloon Wedding. Beefsteak for Ministers,
The Sexton. Massacre of Church Music. Battle of Pew and Pulpit. Push and Pull. Mondayish Feeling. Behavior at Church. Short or long Pastorates ? Bally People. Anonymous Letters. Warm Weather Religion. Reformation in Letter Writing. Sabbath Evening Tea
Table Family Prayers. Bereavement. Harsh Criticisms. The Independent, New York: “Talmage's conceptions of men and things are so vivid that he cannot be said to possess them- they possess him. He is dramatic, and cannot describe without actin;. He has a clear, incisive mind, a broad and genial humor, high and exacting conscientiousness, kindly sympathy, a vivid imagination, vebement passion, and every blow tells."
SERMONS DELIVERED IN THE BROOKLYN TABERNACLE,
T. DE WITT TALMAGE,
FIRST SERIES OF SERMONS, SECOND SERIES OF SERMONS," ABOMINATIONS OF
AROUND THB TEA-TABLE," SPORTS THAT KILL," ETC.
REVISED FROM PHONOGRAPHIC REPORTS.
FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY
LONDON AND TORONTO
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1886, by
FUNK & WAGNALLS, In tae Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C.
VHESE discourses attempt to bring the Gospel to the
hearts and homes of the people, as a present comfort, warning, and necessity. Hence the title of the book.
I thank the public for their kind reception of former volumes, and also the Christian newspapers which each week put my sermons before one million three hundred and eighty thcusand readers in Great Britain and the United States; thus giving me the opportunity of preaching Christ to multitudes whom I can not hope to meet till on that day when we must answer for words spoken or heard. My Christian greeting to all!
T. DE WITT TALMAGE.
BROOKLYN, March, 1886.