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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 179 pages of information about Quiet Talks with World Winners.

As we close our talk together will you listen very softly.  Listen:  out of the distance comes a murmur of voices, like a low, long heart-cry.  It comes from near-by, where you live.  It comes most from far-away lands.  Its words are pathetically distinct:  “Will you save me? I have no one to save me.  Won’t you?” And we can do it.  But the gold and the life must go. Shall we do it, hand in hand with Jesus, the only Saviour?  Shall we not do it?

Footnotes

[1] Acts 13:18, American Revision.

[2] John 3:17.

[3] Matthew 13:38.

[4] John 12:20-33.

[5] Matthew 24:14.

[6] Revelation 20:7-8.

[7] Matthew 24:14.

[8] Acts 15:13-18.

[9] Matthew 13:38.

[10] Christina Rossetti, in The Outlook, slightly altered.

[11] Matthew 25 40, 45.

[12] Revelation 2:5

[13] Matthew 24 14.

[14] Revelation 1:5, 6.

[15] Revelation 4:8.

[16] Revelation 4:9-11.

[17] Revelation 5:11-12.

[18] Revelation 7:9-12.

[19] Revelation 14:1-5

[20] Revelation 15:2-4

[21] Revelation 19:1-8.

[22] Thessalonians 1:8.  II Corinthians 1:1 l.c.

[23] Romans 1:8.

[24] John, chapters 14-16.

[25] John 20:19-23.

[26] Susan Coolidge.

[27] John 7:38.

[28] Revelation 8:3-5.

[29] Frances Ridley Havergal.

[30] Matthew 6:19-21

[31] Luke 12:33,34

[32] Matthew 19:16-29.  Mark 10:17-31.  Luke 18:18-30

[33] Luke 12:13-21.

[34] Romans 1:14

[35] Romans 13:8

[36] James 5:2, 3

[37] Arthur Peirce Vaughn

[38] John 12:24-26.

Transcriber’s Notes

[A] The original chapter contents listing erroneously transposed “A Crisis of Neglect and Success” and “A Westernized Heathenism”.

[B] Original text read “fond” for “found”.

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