Mary left Jesus behind in Jerusalem and didn't even realise He was missing. Is it possible for Christians to lose Jesus and not know? Evangelist Gipsy Smith asks this question in this very short book, and wonders how it is possible to lose Jesus without knowing, and explains how to prevent it happening, and how to find the lost Christ.
"Just as long as the Church of God is content to remain one of many institutions, she will have her little day and die; but the moment she becomes so God-filled and God-inspired that she is unique, at that moment she will be on the highway to capture the world for Christ." Here are Thirteen Revival Sermons delivered by evangelist Gipsy Smith during his twentieth visit to America.
A series of powerful evangelistic talks given by Gipsy Smith in 1905, now with full Bible references in this White Tree Publishing edition. Rodney "Gipsy" Smith was born in a gipsy tent in Epping Forest, England. He was the son of gipsies, Cornelius Smith and his wife Mary. He first preached in England, before travelling to America and Australia where he became a much-loved preacher.
This book is a selection of 19 talks given by Gipsy Smith which will provide inspirational reading, and be a source of help for speakers and teachers. There are also 20 "Two-Minute Sermonettes". Rodney "Gipsy" Smith was born in a Gipsy tent in Epping Forest, England in 1860. He preached throughout England, before travelling to America and Australia. Wherever he went he was a much-loved preacher.
Rodney "Gipsy" Smith was born in a gipsy tent in Epping Forest, England. He was the son of gipsies, Cornelius Smith and his wife Mary. Gipsy Smith tells the story of his life in a simple and compelling way. This is the account written by a man who gave himself fully to the Lord, and was used to help lead thousands to Jesus Christ as their Saviour.