This Day in 1899

D.L. Moody

D.L. Moody died on December 22, 1899. He had famously said, “Someday you will read in the papers that Moody is dead. Don’t believe a word of it. At that moment I shall be more alive than I am now.”

Moody was once told by a woman “I don’t like the way you do evangelism.” He responded with “I rather don’t care for it myself. Tell me, how do you do evangelism?” She responded with “Well, I dont.” To which he replied “Well madam, I rather prefer the way I do evangelism versus the way you do not do it.”

 

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