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BILLY SUNDAY'S THIRD REVIVAL SERMON-
SUBJECT, "THE INNER WALL"
rams in persistent assault. Finally,
BY THE REV. BILLY SUNDAY
Copyright, 1915, by the Newspaper
Tor this cause I bow my knee
unto the Father of the Lord Jesus
Christ, that He would grant you to
be strengthened with might by His
to the consternation of the Dutch,
the wall showed signs of breaking.
The Dutch decided to erect another
wall inside of theN one which was
weakening. They laid the founda
tion deeper, built it wider than the
outer wall and just as the last brick
was laid upon it the outer wall give
way. Through a breach in this outer
wall the swarthy Spaniards rushed,
but they were stopped by the inner
wall; their battering rams fell to no
avail; the inner wall was impregnable.
I am an old-fashioned preacher of the old-time religion that has
warmed this cold world's heart for two thousand years. BILLY SUNDAY.
spirit in the inner man." Ephesians
The pages of ancient history tell
of a certain Dutch city bombarded by
the Spaniards. The city was sur
rounded by a great wall which gave
the Dutch inhabitants a sense of se
curity; and against this wall the
Spaniards hurled their battering
Now it is the business of Christian
ity to erect in the inner life of the in
dividual a wall which will render that
individual safe from the assaults of
the enemies of the soul.
We live our life in the enemy's
country we are constantly sur
rounded by enemies to our wen being.
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