MISSIONARY REVIEW OF THE WORLD, MARCH 1904
monthly periodical that documented the great missionary outreach
of the late 1800's and early 1900's. Contains numerous articles
and news items of inspirational and historical value. This PDF
file is 6.6 MB's in size, 81 full-sized pages, and is printable.
INSTITUTE TIE, MARCH 1905
is the original publication of the Moody Bible Institute before
it became the Moody Monthly. This publication contains numerous
articles, news items, and interesting advertisements. Contains
an extensive report on the Welsh Revival. This PDF file is 4
MB's in size, 52 full-sized pages, and is printable.
BIBLE INSTITUTE MONTHLY, JUNE 1922
how evangelical Christians in the early 1900's lived,
practiced, and believed. See what issues concerned them.
This PDF file is 4.9 MB's in size, 44 full-sized pages,
and is printable.
TESTIMONIES OF SAVED AND UNSAVED
Solomon B. Shaw. A compilation of several hundred authentic
accounts of the death-bed utterances of saints and sinners. Click
here to view the 6 PDF files, each approximately 1.7
MB's in size, totaling 312 pages in all, and very printable.
OF CHRISTIAN WORK INDEX
monthly chronicle of church, evangelistic, mission, philanthropic
and individual work first published December 1881. Fascinating
historical reading from the "Philadelphian Church
Age." "Record of Christian Work" originally
called "Evangelistic Record." PDF facsimile
copies from hard-to-find microfiche. Quality of copies
vary but are usually readable and printable, especially
later issues - about 3 to 4 MB's each issue. Requires free Adobe
AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY By
George W. Truett. This message was delivered
from the East steps of the National Capitol at Washington,
D.C., on Sunday, May 16, 1920.
PEARL HARBOR TO CALVARY By
Mitsuo Fuchida. The incredible true conversion
story of the lead pilot and commander of the Japanese
attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
MEMOIRS OF P.P. BLISS By D.W. Whittle.
Read the wonderful story of the famous songwriter
hymns as "Almost Persuaded," "Hold
the Fort," "My Redeemer," and "Let
the Lower Lights Be Burning." He was associated
with D.L. Moody and others and died along with
his wife in a tragic train wreck at the age