I have had this book for a few years, but the pages are literally crumbling. I thought that the best thing to do was to scan each page, and have links to them here. Please excuse the faded pages and borders, but I think it will save me time instead of retyping each page, and will give you an idea of the condition of the book, and it's age.

   While the pages are old and worn, the contents are just as applicable today as they were in the late nineteenth century.

    Please note that some terminology used in the late 19th century would not be used today. I can think of the words "gay" and "Sambo" as examples. I am entering ALL of D. L. Moody anecdotes as they were in the book, and hope that you will take them as they were originally intended.


    Title Page
    Copyright Page
    Revised Edition
    DL Moody Engraving detail
    DL Moody Biography
    Ira Sankey Engraving detail
    Ira Sankey Biography
    D. W. Whittle Engraving detail
    D. W. Whittle Biography
    Philip Bliss Engraving detail
    Philip Bliss Biography

Anecdotes Contents - Part A
Anecdotes Contents - Part B
Anecdotes Contents - Part C

Illustrations throughout the book - all on this page.

A Blind Man Preaches to 3,000,000 People
A Boy's Mistake - A Sad Reconciliation
A Business Man Confessing Christ
A Child at its Mother's Grave
A Child Looking for Its Lost Mother
A Child's Prayer Answered
A Child Visits Abraham Lincoln and Saves the Life of a Condemned Soldier
A Commercial Traveler
A Day of Decision
A Defaulter's Confession
A Distiller Interrogates Moody
A Dream
A Dying Infidel's Confession
A Father's Love for his Boy
A Father's Love Trampled under Foot
A Father's Mistake
A Good Excuse
A Heavy Draw on Alexander the Great
A Little Boy Converts his Mother
A Little Boy's Experience
A Little Child Converts an Infidel
All Right or All Wrong
A London Doctor Saved after Fifty Years of Prayer
A Long Ladder Tumbles to the Ground
Always Happy
A Man Drinks up a Farm
A Man who Would not Speak to his Wife
A Mother Dies that her Boy May Live
A Mother's Mistake
An Emperor Sets Forty Million Slaves Free
Angry at First - Saved at Last
An Infidel who would not Talk Infidelity before his Daughter
An Irishman Leaps into the Life-boat
A Remarkable Case
A Rich Father Visits his Dying Prodigal Son in a Garret and Forgives him
Arthur P. Oxley! Your Mother Wishes to See You
A Rumseller's Son Blows his Brains Out
A Sad and Singular Story
A Story Moody Never Will Forget
A Voice from the Tomb
A Wife's Faith
A Zealous Young Lady

Black-Balled by Man - Saved by Christ
Broken Hearts
By the Wayside

Calling the Roll of Heaven
Cast Out but Rescued
Condemned to be Shot

"Deluged With Blood"
Divided we fall
Dr. Arnott's Dog "Rover"

"Emma, This is Papa's Friend"
Engaging Rooms Ahead
Excused at Last

Faith More Powerful than Gunpowder
"Father; Father, Come This Way"
"Five Million Dollars"
Forty-one Little Sermons
Four-score and Five

George H. Stewart Visits a Doomed Criminal
Get the Key to Job
Governor Pollock and the Condemned Criminal

"He Will Not Rest"
"Hold the Fort, for I am Coming"
How a Citizen Became a Soldier
How a Little Study Upset the Plans of a few Prominent Infidels
How a Young Irishman Opened Moody's Eyes
How Christ Expounded It
"How Funny You Talk"
How Moody's Faith Saved an Infidel
How Moody's Mother Forgave her Prodigal Son
How Moody Treated the Committees
How Moody was Blessed Mark your Bible
How Moody was Encouraged
How Three Sunday-School Children Met their Fate

I Am not All Right
I Am not One of the Elect
I Am Trusting Jesus - A Young Lady's Trust
I Can't Feel
"I Don't Know"
"If I Knew"
I Have Intellectual Difficulties
"I Know"
Infidel Books
It's Better Higher Up
"It Will Kill Her"

Jesus "Wants them All to Come"
Johnny, Cling Close to the Rock
Jumping into Father's Arms

Lady Ann Erkskine and Rowland Hill
"Let the Lower Lights be Burning"
Liberty Now and Forever
Little Jimmy
Little Moody
Love, not the Rattan, Conquers Little Moody
Love's Triumph in John Wannamaker's Sunday-School

Madness and Death
Money Blind
Moody and his Little Willie
Moody and the Dying Soldier
Moody and the Infidel
Moody and the Judge
Moody Asks a Few Questions
Moody a Young Convert
Moody in a Billiard Hall - A Remarkable Story
Moody in a California Sunday-School
Moody in Prison
Moody on "Duty" - How he Loves his Mother
Moody Puts a Man in his Prophets Room
Moody Visits Prang's Chromo Establishment
Moody with Gen. Grant's Army in Richmond
Moody's Declaration
Mr. Moody's First Impulse in Converting Souls
Moody's First Sermon on Grace
Moody's Little Emma
Moody's Mistake
Mothers Are Looking down from Heaven
"More to Follow"
Mr. Morehouse's Illustration
Mrs. Moody Teaching her Child

Napoleon and the Conscript
Napoleon and the Private
Never to see its Mother
Note What Jesus Says

O, Edward
Old Sambo and "Massa"
One Book at a Time
One Word
Out of Libby Prison

Peter's Confession
Prayer Answered
Pull for the Shore
"Pull for the Shore, Sailor"

Rational Belief
Reaping the Whirlwind
Removing the Difficulties
Reuben Johnson Pardoned

Sad Ending of a Life that Might Have Been Otherwise
Sad Lack of Zeal
Safe in the Ark
Sambo and the Infidel Judge
Satan's Match
Saved and Saving
Snapping the Chains
Sowing the Tares
Spurgeon and the Little Orphan
Spurgeon's Parable
Stubborn Little Sammy

Taking the Prince at his Word
Ten Years in a Sick Bed - yet Praising God
Terribly in Earnest
That is the Price of my Soul
"That is Your Fault"
The Arrows of Conviction
The Artist and the Beggar
The Blind Beggar
The Cross and Crown
The Cruel Mother - Hypothetical
The Czar and the Soldier
The Demoniac
The Drunken Father and his Praying Child
The Dying Boy
The Dying Child
The Eleventh Commandment
The Faithful Aged Woman
The Faithful London Lady
The Faithful Missionary
The Family that Hooted at Moody
The Fettered Bird Freed
The Finest Looking Little Boy Mr. Moody Ever Saw
The Horse that was Established
The "I am's," "I will's," Etc.
The Invitation
The Kings Pardon
The Little Child and the Big Book
The Little Tow-headed Norwegian
The Loving Father
The Missing Stone
The Moody and Sankey Humbug
The Most Hopeless Man in New York now a Sunday-school Superintendent
The Orphan's Prayer
The Place of Safety
The Praying Cripple
The Praying Mother
The Prodigal Son
The Repentant Father
The Reporter's Story
The Rich Man Poor
The Scotch "Draw the Bible" on False Doctrine
The Scotch Lassie
The Scotch Lassie and Dr. Chalmers
The Sinner's Prayer Heard
The Skeptical Lady
The Sleep of Death
The Stolen Boy - A Mother's Love
The Two Fathers
The Way of the Transgressor is Hard
The Young Convert
The Young French Nobleman and the Doctor
Those Hypocrites
"Three Cheers"
True Love
Two Young Men

Very Hard, yet Very Easy
Very Orthodox

"We Will Never Surrender"
What a Woman Did
What Moody saw in the Chamber of Horror   
Why Did he not Take his Wife along?
"Won by a Smile"

"You Know me, Moody"
Young Moody, Penniless in Boston is Warned by his Sister to "Beware of Pick-pockets"

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