Included here are 30 of William Bacon Stevens sermons that joyouslly and excidedly proclaim Follow Me "Then Agrippa said to Paul: You almost persuade me to become a Christian " There was in the character of Paul, a moral sublimity far excelling the loftiest of mere earthly heroes. In both phases of his life, as a persecuting Pharisee, and as a Christian apostle - he was a noted man, remarkable for great qualities and peculiar developments eminently fitting him to become on the one hand a bitter persecutor, and on the other a noble preacher of the Cross of Christ. A bolder advocate of the truth, a more triumphant defender of the faith - there never has been in the whole history of Christianity. It mattered not where he was, or before whom he spoke - his one theme was Jesus Christ, and Him crucified; and in every station he magnified his office. On several occasions, however, his zeal and eloquence were peculiarly displayed, one of which is referred to in the text. William Bacon Stevens was the fourth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. He briefly served as professor of moral philosophy at the University of Georgia prior to being called as the rector of St. Andrew's Church of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Upon the death of The Rt. Rev'd Alonzo Potter in 1865, Stevens become Bishop of Pennsylvania. He served in that office and as bishop of the American Episcopal churches in Europe until his death in 1887.