THE OVERCOMING LIFE
“The world, the flesh, and the devil are too much for any man,” Moody says. “But if we are linked to Christ by faith . . . we shall get the victory over every enemy.“
This classic includes The Way to God, a companion book he wrote in 1884, in which he lovingly instructs Christians on how to draw nearer to God and warns against backsliding. These books, along with other rare, shorter Moody works and a riveting biography comprise this truly compelling volume.
Well-known as The Evangelist of the Nineteenth Century, Dwight Lyman Moody (1837-1899) lived out his passion to preach the gospel with humility, simplicity and power to a lost and dying world—leading sinners to the Savior and equipping them as His disciples. Much of Moody’s early ministry was with the youth at the YMCA. During the Civil War he served with the U.S. Christian Commission, seeing many suffering and dying men come to Christ. As a team, Moody and Ira Sankey evangelized and ministered in cities across America and in numerous European countries where revivals were born and thousands came to faith. D. L. Moody founded Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.