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- Author: Rev. James Smith
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Rev. James Smith
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About the author:
Reverend Smith wrote this preface in the Morning Edition in 1840 : "The present humble work is a Pastoral effort, flowing from love to the Lord's people, and a desire to honour His great name. It is an acknowledged fact, that many of the Lord's people are living far below their privileges; and are walking as men, not aiming simply at the Lord's glory. This is to be regretted; and while none but the Lord the Holy Spirit can produce the change we desire to witness, yet the means are to be used, and we must stir up their pure minds by way of Remembrance. In this little work, I aim to speak in the closet, in the cottage, in the kitchen, and even in the field, to the different classes of the Lord's family; endeavouring to draw them nearer to their God and gracious Father. My desire is to promote the power of godliness; and these little pieces are written to convince, comfort, and correct; to fan the flame of devotion, and to produce holiness of heart and life. To this end some degrees of sameness in the pieces, and a repetition of some important truths, appeared absolutely necessary. Habitual dependance upon God for all we need, acknowledging the hand of God for all we receive, and walking with God, notwithstanding all that may happen to us below, enter into the very vitals of genuine Christianity; and it is only while we are thus acting that we enjoy peace with God, and walk in the comforts of the Holy Ghost. That the Lord, who often uses weak things to confound the mighty, may bless this little work to thy good and His glory."
James Smith was a predecessor of Charles Spurgeon at New Park Street Chapel in London from 1841 until 1850. Early on, Pastor Smith's readings were even more popular than Spurgeon's!
Pastor Smiths works can be found at Grace Gems: http://gracegems.org/C/Smith.htm
His autobiography can be found here: http://gracegems.org...elous_mercy.htm
This work is in the public domain, the text for this module was downloaded/copied from this site, http://apibs.org/dev...ncer/smith.htm. This book can be downloaded in PDF format, but it should be recognized that there are TWO books written by Rev. Smith called the 'Daily Remembrancer'. One is sub-titled, "The Pastor's Morning Visit" (this one), while the other is sub-titled "The Pastor's Evening Visit". Also, GraceGems offers many free downloads of excellent writings to encourage the believer.
Here are links for both books:
Morning Visit: http://www.archive.o...rsdailyre00smit
Evening Visit: http://books.google....epage&q&f=false