Available in English for the first time! Originally published in 1856 as Les Adieux (The Farewells), Monod's classic sermons were preached from his deathbed and recorded by his children. You'll be challenged and inspired by his instruction to live wholeheartedly for Christ and have no regrets at life's end. 215 pages, softcover from Presbyterian & Reformed.
Living in the Hope of Glory (originally Les Adieux, or Farewells) has been blessing readers for almost 150 years. Originally these were a series of talks given by Adolphe Monod, a renowned pastor in the Reformed Church of France, to groups of his family and friends. They met in his bedroom each Sunday to partake of the Lord's Supper during the last six months of his life as he suffered from terminal cancer. But this is not a book about dying. It is a book about living whole-heartedly for Christ and living so as to have no regrets at life's end. A week before his death he said, "I have a Savior He has freely saved me through his shed blood. ...All my righteous acts, all my works which have been praised, all my preaching...is in my eyes only filthy rags." A brief biography of Monod has been added to this edition to acquaint modern readers with this extraordinary man.
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