Last Words, the
The title, The Last Words, has been chosen as being wide enough to include the last prayer as well as the last discourses of the Lord. In these last words we hear, as one has said, "The voice of Jesus prolonged through all ages, as fresh to-day ... as it was then in the upper room in Jerusalem. It has a voice intensely human in its tones of sympathy and affection; yet in revelation and authority no less distinctly divine.
If, by this exposition, any child of God is drawn nearer to the One whose voice we hear in the last words, it will not be in vain that it has been written.
Hamilton Smith, a cousin of F. B. Hole (another well-known author to readers of Believers Bookshelf publications), was born about 1862 and was called to be with the Lord in 1943. He had four children and lived his entire life in the United Kingdom.
136 pages - Softcover - Author: H. Smith