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The Personal Touch

By J. Wilbur Chapman

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   Foreward - THE PERSONAL TOUCH BY J. WILBUR CHAPMAN, D.D. FOREWORD IF If to be a Christian is worth while, then the most ordinary interest in those w
   Chapter 1 - A Testimony - I have the very best of reasons for believing in the power of the personal touch in Christian work, especially as it may be used in the winning of oth
   Chapter 2 - A General Principle - I have been amazed in my study of the biographies of men and women who have been specially used of God, to see how almost universal is the rule that t
   Chapter 3 - A Polished Shaft - "He hath made me a polished shaft; in his quiver hath he hid me," Isaiah xlix. 2. Personal preparation is essential to the best success in personal
   Chapter 4 - Starting Right - "Every one over against his house," Nehemiah iii. 28. The first part of the Book of Nehemiah gives us a striking picture of destruction, and as we
   Chapter 5 - No Man Cared for my Soul - "No man cared for my soul," Psalm cxlii. 4. All about us people are saying these words, and they really think we do not care. I believe there has n
   Chapter 6 - Winning the Young - "There is a lad here," John vi. 9. Jesus had just crossed over the sea of Galilee and, attracted by the miracles which he had wrought, great multit
   Chapter 7 - Winning and Holding - "From a child thou hast known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus," 2 Timothy
   Chapter 8 - A Practical Illustration - It will be a great day when the Church is aroused to the responsibility and privilege of personal work. In Swansea, Wales, with Mr Charles M. Alexand
   Chapter 9 - Whosoever Will - All classes of persons may do personal work if they will. A prominent business man in a Welsh city began to do this work and one morning spoke to eigh
   Chapter 10 - Conversion Is a Miracle - When one turns from sin to Christ and thus becomes a new creature, it is entirely the work of God. He must feel a sense of his need and appreciate the
   Chapter 11 - A Final Word - As has been suggested, it is necessary, if one is to be a successful personal worker, to know well the Scriptures. The incorruptible seed, which is th

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