I don’t believe we would have had such a blessing in New York during these meetings, if it had not been for these hard times. When men get their millions, and hoard them up, I think it is the very best thing that can happen to them to have the Lord come and take their riches away. If a man lends his money to the Lord, in maintaining good works, he will never lose it.
People say that such a man died worth so many millions. It doesn’t make any difference how much a man accumulates, he can’t die worth anything, for he leaves it here. He is not worth a penny, if he has not laid it up in heaven, where thieves do not break through and steal.—MOODY.