Jerry McAuley An Apostle To The Lost - 2nd Edition 1907 - ODJ
This book is titled Jerry McAuley An Apostle to the Lost and is a second edition that was published in 1907. The book was originally published in 1885. This books has its original dust jacket which is extremely rare to find!
Jerry McAuley was the founder of the Wayer Street Mission in NYC.
Jerry McAuley was a common river thief who first saw the light of the gospel in Sing Sing Prison. This is the story of his journey to starting a rescue mission to help others find the gospel in the same way he did. Follow him through sixteen years of his life and work at the Water Street Mission, read the testimonies of those he led to Christ, and be inspired by his passion for the lost.
This book is in excellent condition with minimal wear. Cover looks great with almost no wear. The book is fully intact with no torn or missing pages. Very light toning to the pages. There is no writing or markings inside the book.
Only one with dustjacket listed anywhere! Super rare! The dust jacket has edge wear, chipping and several small tears. There is price tag sticker on the jacket spine.
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