Product Description These gleanings are taken from the journals of a surgeon at sea aboard a Man-O-War in the 18th century. His writings are powerful in expression and reflect an animated style to hold ones interest. This book is recommended for serious minded readers desiring to get the most out of their reading time. It will make a wonderful and helpful gift for college students looking for an advanced level of literature. ... Read more
Product Description "Miscellaneous Meditations compiled from the journals of Dr. James Meikle by D.J. Stroud"
In the fall of 1987, during a mission trip to Uruguay, the author began reading sections ofDr. James Meikle's "Miscellaneous Meditations". The depth of scriptural insight thewriter revealed was so thought provoking he determined to find a personal volumeof the book for himself.
When he returned to the United States he began searching book stores, bookdealers and some book outlets in England. It took over 5 years of searching to finda volume of good quality that he could purchase.
Realizing the quality of the writing and the scarcity of such in-depth literatureit is the author's desire to provide a publication that will enrich the lives of serious mindedreaders in this age.
A special thanks to Dr. Clifford Clark, who has given encouragement and godlycounsel regarding the format and areas in need of editing.
The daily devotions are taken from the original journals with appropriate editingto make the daily outline practical. The PREFACE comments of James Peddie arethe same as those provided in the 1817 publication.
It is the author's hope that readers of these devotions will find peace in the midst of thestorms of life, through the scriptural truths penned by Dr. James Meikle more than240 years ago.
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All heading scripture excerpts are taken from the AUTHORIZED KING JAMES VERSION of the HOLY BIBLE Some scriptures are by reference only. This is to encourage the reader to search the scriptures. Acts 17:11 ... Read more
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Citation Details Title: The fast less chosen: I don't lie around in sackcloth and ashes. But I have been known to wallow in a paralyzing liberal guilt that keeps me from doing anything useful. Author: Irene Elizabeth Stroud Publication:The Other Side (Magazine/Journal) Date: July 1, 2003 Publisher: The Other Side Volume: 39Issue: 4Page: 14(3)