George H. Morrison

George H. Morrison

George Herbert Morrison (1866-1928) completed his university studies and then assisted Sir James Murray at Oxford in the preparation of the Oxford English Dictionary. Sensing a call to the ministry, he studied at Free Church College and went on to serve several churches, including the Wellington United Free Church of Glasgow, Scotland, from 1902 until his death. He has been characterized as one of the century's great "pastor-preachers," always seeking to meet life's need with a word from God.

Sermons by George H. Morrison

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Sermon TitleSermon Author
The Ministry of Division George H. Morrison
The Lowly Duty of Fidelity George H. Morrison
Do We Look for Another? George H. Morrison
The Higher Offices of Winter George H. Morrison
The Casual Contacts of Jesus George H. Morrison
Fear and Faith George H. Morrison
The Separating Power of Things Present George H. Morrison
The Form of a Servant George H. Morrison
The Vision at the End George H. Morrison
Unconscious Girding George H. Morrison
The Eleventh-Hour Man George H. Morrison
In Another Form George H. Morrison
The Reach of His Faithfulness George H. Morrison
On Doing Things Bonnily George H. Morrison
The Setting of the Pearl George H. Morrison
The Ladder of Promise George H. Morrison
Great Faith George H. Morrison
The Hands Beneath the Wings George H. Morrison
Just There George H. Morrison
The Two Petitions of the Prodigal George H. Morrison
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