The sermons of Dr. George Herbert Morrison throb with vitality. They are "unconventiaonal" in the best sense of the word-combining imagination, culture, and style with spiritual appeal. There is a brightness and deftness of touch that makes every page not merely readable, but uncommonly interesting and extremely practical.
Some of Dr. Morrison's sermons included in Wind on the Heath are:
- The Lonely People of the Gospels
- The Message of the Colt (Palm Sunday)
- The Attraction of Agnosticism
- Christ and the Home (Christmas)
- The Tears of Jesus
"Morrison has a gift of saying things that we all would have said, had it occurred to us to say them; and he said those inevitable things as we could not, in English prose that had the effect of poetry on the heart." - From the Introduction by Dr. Ralph G. Turnbull
About 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.