MORNING EXERCISES jay242
MORNING EXERCISES, JAY, W- William Jay (1769-1852) by the age of nineteen, preached to the largest nonconformist congregation in London, preaching from age 16 to 84 and saw both Wesleys and Spurgeon. Jay in this daily devotional has aimed to blend doctrine, experience and practice. Christians want more than comfort. They are to have their pure minds stirred up by way of remembrance; to suffer the word of exhortation; to hear reproofs of wisdom; to walk humbly with God and wisely with men. Many readers of Jay are compelled to say from the heart,"A word fitly spoken, how good it is!" 653 pp.