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George H. Morrison
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Paperback, 304 pages. Published October 2nd 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC.

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George Herbert Morrison (1866-1928) completed his university studies and then assisted Sir James Murray at Oxford in the preparation of the Oxford English Dictionary. Sensing a call to the ministry, he studied at Free Church college and went on to serve several churches, including the Wellington United Free Church of Glasgow, Scotland, from 1902 until his death. Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited.

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Find nearly any book by George H Morrison. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Flood-Tide: Sunday Evenings In A City Pulpit (1920): ISBN 9780548927717 (978-0-548-92771-7) Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2008. Flood-Tide: Sunday Evenings In A City Pulpit (1920): ISBN 9780548598467 (978-0-548-59846-7) Softcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2007.

George Herbert Morrison (1866-1928) served as pastor of WellingtonĀ .

George Herbert Morrison (1866-1928) served as pastor of Wellington United Free Church in Glasgow, Scotland, from I902 until his death. An unusual combination of pastor and preacher, Dr. Morrison spoke pointedly to all classes of people. THE SIX BOOKS IN THIS SERIES ARE: SUN-RISE, Addresses from a City Pulpit, MORNING SERMONS, FLOOD-TIDE - Sunday Evenings in a City Pulpit, THE WIND ON THE HEATH - Sunday Evening Addresses from a Glasgow Pulpit, HIGHWAYS OF THE HEART - A Series of Addresses, THE UNLIGHTED LUSTRE - Addresses from a Glasgow Pulpit.

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Dr. Morrison's sermons throb with vitality. They are unconventional in the best sense - combining imagination, culture, and style with spiritual insight, intense sympathy, and the power of direct appeal. There is a brightness and deftness of touch that makes every page not merely readable, but uncommonly interesting and extremely practical. Dr. Morrison had a genius for laying hold of a truth, holding it up in many lights until it revealed something of its beauty, and then aptly applying that truth to the common life of quite ordinary men. These are sermons of the very best kind. All of them can be read with interest, delight, and profit. George Herbert Morrison (1866-1928) served as pastor of Wellington United Free Church in Glasgow, Scotland, from I902 until his death. An unusual combination of pastor and preacher, Dr. Morrison spoke pointedly to all classes of people. young and old. After completing university studies Morrison assisted Sir James Murray at Oxford in the preparation of the New English Dictionary. There he felt the call to preach. Upon graduation from Free Church College he was chosen to be assistant to the famous Alexander Whyte at Free St. George's in Edinburgh. He remained there only one year but Whyte's influence on Morrison's preaching is very evident. Prior to his charge at Wellington Dr. Morrison served churches in Thurso and Dundee. THE SIX BOOKS IN THIS SERIES ARE: SUN-RISE, Addresses from a City Pulpit, MORNING SERMONS, FLOOD-TIDE - Sunday Evenings in a City Pulpit, THE WIND ON THE HEATH - Sunday Evening Addresses from a Glasgow Pulpit, HIGHWAYS OF THE HEART - A Series of Addresses, THE UNLIGHTED LUSTRE - Addresses from a Glasgow Pulpit.