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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour

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In this age of rush and activity we need some special call to go apart and be alone with God for a part of each day. Any man or woman who does this faithfully and earnestly cannot be more than twenty-four hours away from God.

The selections given in this volume were first published in the monthly issues of the Record of Christian Work, and were found very helpful for devotional purposes. They are also a mine of thoughts, to light up the verses quoted. Being clearly beneficial to your Christian walk, they have been collected into this volume.

About the Editor(s)

Dwight Lyman Moody was born the sixth child of Edwin and Betsy Holton Moody in Northfield, MA on February 5, 1837. He left home at age 17 and began attending a Sunday school class taught by Edward Kimball. In 1855, Kimball visited Moody at work and spoke to him of the love of Christ. Shortly thereafter, Moody accepted that love and devoted his life to serving God, which he expressed through work with the YMCA and Sunday School.

On Feb. 28, 1864, Moody founded the Illinois Street Church (now The Moody Church). From 1861 to 1865, he ministered on battlefields and throughout the city, state and country to thousands of soldiers, both Union and Confederate.

In June 1873, Moody, with his wife Emma, their children, good friend and musician Ira Sankey and his wife all traveled from New York to Liverpool, England. Moody and Sankey traveled throughout the U.K. and Ireland holding meetings, helping to fuel the revival that was slowly sweeping the region. Moody's visit made a lasting impression, inspiring lay people across the region to begin children's ministries and ministry training schools for women.

In 1879, Moody opened the Northfield Seminary for Young Women to provide young women the opportunity to gain an education. Not long after, Moody created the Mount Hermon School for Boys with the same goal as the girls' school - to educate the poor and minorities.

In 1886, the Chicago Evangelization Society (today, Moody Bible Institute) was founded. Moody had been focused on ministry near his home in Northfield but he came out to Chicago to help raise money for the Society, and see his dream become a reality.

Throughout his life, Moody always found time to be with his family, making every effort to show his love and care for them. Moody died Dec. 22, 1899, surrounded by his family.

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