This volume contains a collection of stories and teachings that come from Carradine's many years as a preacher. He led many revivals, so had many stories to tell. These stories will doubtless be of interest to many.
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This book is a great collection of experiences of the author. In his many travels, it comes as know surprise that he has met many people. True to Carradine's style, this book is both entertaining and instructive. The Table of Contents are as follows: Chapter 1: PEOPLE ON THE TRAIN Chapter 2: A HUMAN VOLCANO Chapter 3: MRS.…
The Table of Contents are as follows:
CHAPTER 1: FIRST EXPERIENCES AS AN EVANGELIST
CHAPTER 2: A REMARKABLE REVIVAL
CHAPTER 3: DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME
CHAPTER 4: A SABBATH WITH A FORMAL CITY CHURCH
CHAPTER 5: A PRESIDING ELDER’S WIFE
CHAPTER 6: ANTICS OF THE OLD MAN
CHAPTER 7: TWO REMARKABLE SUBJECTS OF GRACE
CHAPTER 8: UNUSUAL SCENES
CHAPTER 9: COMMON SENSE
CHAPTER 10: HARD NIGHTS
CHAPTER 11: INTERRUPTIONS
CHAPTER 12: UNFORTUNATE RESPONSES
CHAPTER 13: HAPPY SPEECHES AND REJOINDERS
CHAPTER 14: RIGHT GUIDANCE
CHAPTER 15: DIVINE IRONICAL JUDGMENTS
CHAPTER 16: GOD’S WORKERS
CHAPTER 17: PUZZLED PHYSICIANS
CHAPTER 18: CLEAR CASES
CHAPTER 19: STRANGE CASES
CHAPTER 20: EXPLANATION OF DIFFICULT CASES
CHAPTER 21: THE CAPTIVE SEAL
CHAPTER 22: THE MOSS PARABLE
CHAPTER 23: VICTORY IN THE FACE OF DISCOURAGEMENTS AND HINDRANCES
CHAPTER 24: BESETMENTS OF A REVIVAL MEETING
CHAPTER 25: THE IRREGULARITIES OF A REVIVAL MEETING
CHAPTER 26: STORMY AND RAINY SEASONS OF A REVIVAL MEETING
CHAPTER 27: THE REMUNERATION IN SOME MEETINGS
CHAPTER 28: THE RESTITUTIONS OF A REVIVAL MEETING
CHAPTER 29: THE REVELATIONS OF A REVIVAL MEETING
CHAPTER 30: SINGING AT THE HOLINESS CAMPS
About the author:
Beverly Francis Carradine (April 4, 1848 – April 22, 1931) was an American Methodist minister, and a leading evangelist for the holiness movement. He was a productive author, writing primarily on the subject of sanctification.
He served in the Confederate Cavalry during the American Civil War, and later in his lafe studied pharmacy and also worked in a store as a clerk and bookkeeper.
Unlike many ministers, Carradine was not converted to Christianity until the age of 26. He was licensed to preach only three months later, and continued in the service of God for the remainder of his life.
He was a prolific author, and wrote more than two dozen books. Throughout his life, he was influential in the holiness movement, and continues to be a blessing generations later.