"Billy" Sunday, the man and his message, with his own words by William T. Ellis

By William T. Ellis

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A Dream of Heaven—The Battle with Death — "Christ or Nothing" — Calvary — The World for God—A Word Picture—The Faithful Pilot CHAPTER XI Acrobatic Preaching Platform Gymnastics—The Athlete in the Preacher—Sunday's Sense of Humor Stronger than His Sense of Pathos — His Voice and Manner — Personal Side of Sunday CHAPTER XII "The Old-Time Religion" Sunday's Power of Positive Conviction—His Ideas of Theology—The Need of Old-time Revival—The Gospel According to Sunday—Salvation a Personal Matter—"And He Arose and Followed Him"—At the Cross-roads— "He Died for Me" CHAPTER XIII “Hitting the Sawdust Trail" Origin of the Phrase, "The Sawdust Trail"—Impressive Scenes as Converts by the Hundred Stream Forward— Vital Religion—Mr.

Backward, turn backward, Ο time in thy flight, Make me a child again, just for tonight, Mother, come back from that echoless shore, Take me again to your heart as of yore. ’ “I stood beneath the old oak tree and it seemed to carry on a conversation with me. It seemed to say: “Hello Bill. ' “'Well, you've got a bald spot on the top of your head. ' "'No, I haven't got time now. I'd like to, though, awfully well. "'Don't go, Bill. ' “‘Yes, I remember, but I’ve got to go. "'Say Bill, don't you remember when you tried to play George Washington and the cherry tree and almost cut me down?

It widened his horizon and made him reasonably indifferent to the comments of the crowds. " While others discuss methods and bewail conditions he keeps the game going. " There is no call for tears or heroics over the early experiences of Sunday. His life was normal; no different from that of tens of thousands of other American boys. He himself was in no wise a phenomenon. He was possessed of no special abilities or inclinations· He came to his preaching gift only after years of experience in Christian work.

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