From renowned Bible scholar F. B. Meyer comes this fascinating, all-encompassing profile of one the most important figures in Scripture. Meyer digs deeply into both Scripture and the historical record to reveal lessons and personal applications from this complex man of faith.
Far from the imposing man of granite sculpted by Michelangelo, Moses was full of flaws and deficiencies that rendered him powerless, save for the all-sufficient grace of a mighty God. Yet, despite many frustrations and human frailties, Moses did not back down or quit but instead grew closer to the heart of God, learning the importance of obedience, patience, courage, faith, and prayer. As a result, God entrusted His servant with greater responsibility.
Woven throughout this character study are wonderful lessons and realities that can help all believers become better able to serve God and others.
From renowned Bible scholar F. B. Meyer comes this fascinating, all-encompassing profile of one the most important figures in Scripture
F. B. Meyer (1847And#8211;1929) was one of the most knowledgeable and influential scholars of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Born in England, Dr. Meyer accepted the Lord as a child. He authored more than seventy books and thirty-five booklets. In addition, he edited several magazines, including Worship and Work and Christian Treasure and wrote prefaces for more than twenty literary works. He is chiefly remembered for his Bible biographies. Besides his literary endeavors, Dr. Meyer held pastorates in Leicester, York, and London. His ministry also included traveling worldwide, preaching and teaching from his extensive knowledge of the Scriptures. Meyer's friendship with the famous soulwinner D. L. Moody sparked a new phase of evangelism in the author's life. As a result, the Lord used him to bring many people to Christ.