Letters to Young People

Letters to Young People


Lectures to Young People consists of seventeen messages, originally cast in the setting of Sprague's pastorates in West Springfield, Massachusetts and Albany, New York. The aim of the author can also be described by a reference to the life of Judah's godly reformer, Josiah - "while he was still a youth, he began to seek the God of his father David." These Lectures evidence a passion to see youth follow in the early way of Josiah. 

As to the nature of this title, Sprague himself writes, "In the series of discourses which I am now bringing to a close, I have contemplated a youth, first, as exposed, perhaps yielding, to the temptations of the world, and neglecting his immortal interests; then, as actually complying with the conditions of the gospel, and becoming a new creature in Christ Jesus; and subsequently, as walking in the commandments and ordinances of the Lord, and thus growing in knowledge, piety and usefulness." Sprague concludes by considering a youth person seized by the hand of death, contemplating his past and looking forward to his eternal future. 

Lectures to Young People provides parents a faithful means of presenting the breadth of gospel truth to young people. This title represents what is for this age a scarce commodity - sound and searching evangelism. 

Book details

  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • English
  • B002SXW40G
  • B002SXW40G

About William B.Sprague

william buell sprague (october 16, 1795 andover, connecticut - may 7, 1876 flushing, new york) was an american congregational and presbyterian clergyman an Read More about William B.Sprague
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