Help and Good Cheer by Theodore L. Cuyler
Dr. Cuyler addresses various topics to help a person see the light from God that has been obscured by the world. The 25 chapters are meant to nourish and cheer many souls. “It is according to God’s established economy that we should be exposed to temptations, and often to trials which threaten to drive us to despair. All this is to teach us our dependence upon Him.” “And oh, how often God surprises us after a long day of struggles and discouragements by a glorious outburst of light at evening time!”
Paperback 6X9; 114 pages; ISBN 9781941281536
THEODORE LEDYARD CUYLER (1822-1909) was born at Aurora, N. Y. He attended Princeton Theological Seminary and received his doctorate. He pastored the Third Presbyterian Church in Trenton, N. J.; the Market Street (Reformed Dutch) Church N. Y.; and The Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. He drew together one of the largest congregations in the country at that time and was acquainted with many famous people. He wrote thousands of articles for the religious press and many books of general interest.