The Prayers of One Faithful Lady Availeth Much - SURRENDER
It was 1872, and D. L. Moody decided to go to England for sometime of learning from all of the great English preachers of that day. He had decided to only sit and listen and to not do any ministry of his own. One pastor name John Lessey, hearing that he was in town, begged him to preach in his pulpit on Sunday morning and Sunday night. Reluctantly, Moody accepted the request of this pastor of a medium-sized congregation in London. The morning sermon did not go well. The people were not responsive. They were bored and didn’t want to be there. Moody, although disinclined to preach in the evening because of the incredible apathy he witnessed in the morning, decided to go ahead and keep his word. This time it was a whole different story. He said that when..