Excellent periodical with loads of original content by people like R. C. Chapman [Muller's mentor], James Wright [Muller's successor], on the Irish Revival of 1859, series by Thomas Newberry, etc. I've always thought this was one of the best periodicals of the era.
Hurditch, C. Russell. Foosteps of Truth. Volume VII. 1894. London. John F. Shaw & Co. 1894. 392pp.
John from the Wells of Salvation by Thomas Newberry
Psalm LXVII. The Missionary Psalm of the Praising Church by John Gritton
The Sabbath and the Garden by W. Collingwood
Bible Digging. Jottings on the Books of Moses, Culled form the Margins of My Bible and Note Books by Henry Thorne
Review of J. Hudson Taylor’s Union and Communion.
Biography of George Williams, Founder of the YMCA
The Pestilent and Popish Pretence to Priesthood by James E. Mathieson
Who? Whence? Where? By F. E. Marsh
The Precious Ointment and the Dew by Thomas Newberry
Love is Greater than Hate
Standing and State by Thomas Newberry
Calvinism or Hyper-Calvinism – Whit? What Saith the Scriptures? By W. Frith
Protestants, Awake! The Romish Plan for Evangelizing London. By General Sir R. Phayre
The Throne of God and the House of God by James Wright of Bristol [successor to George Muller]
Humiliation at the Feast of Atonement. By F. E. Marsh
Christian Ministry and the Lord’s Supper by Thomas Newberry
Christ’s Seven Last Words by Newman Hall
Is Punishment Eternal? By F. E. Marsh
Recollections of a Great Revival; Personal Testimony of an Irish Landlord [1859 Irish Revival; not published elsewhere]
The Living Water and the Cleansing Blood. By Thomas Newberry
The Sevenfold Unity of the Church of God by Thomas Newberry
Hindrances to Spiritual Growth and their Remedies by James Wright
The Transfiguration by Thomas Newberry
Sensuous Services in Contrast to Pentecostal Power by J. Forbes Moncrieff
Spiritual Versus Materialistic Worship by L. Liesching
Reminiscences of the Last Revival [in Ireland]. Brownlow North [one of its evangelists]
David’s Restoration by R. C. Chapman [mentor and friend to George Muller; Spurgeon called him the saintliest man he had ever known]
The Three Crucifixions by Thomas Newberry, etc.
Very attractive half leather with some rubbing as shown; textually crisp and clean and solid. Ready for another 100+ years of use.