The spiritual reflections of Frank W. Boreham defy description - they are whimsical, insightful, humorous, deep, touching, and challenging. Whether the subject is a historical event of an everyday occurrence, Boreham's thoughts on the subject are always rich in spiritual significance and application.
Mountains in the Mist presents twenty-eight of Boreham's keen reflections on both the everyday and the extraordinary in life. Boreham writes, "It is something to have actually witnessed the wonder of the mountains and to have carried the impression of their grandeur in my heart for ever afterwards. Other things, too, I have seen, much as I saw the mountains in the mist... I have tried to set down here the impressions that those hazy visions have created."
F.W. Boreham was this century's master of a reflective writing, and Christian readers, pastors, and speakers alike will find Mountains in the Mist to be an ample source of personal inspiration and sermon illustrations.
"Each essay reveals some universal truth that hides itself in the commonplace." - The Churchman
"Selecting a Boreham book is like choosing a beautiful rose from a large bouquet - you can never make a mistake." - Warren W. Wiersbe
About Frank William Boreham:
FRANK WILLIAM BOREHAM (1871-1959) was born in Tunbridge Wells, England, and educated at Spurgeon's Pastors College in London. Drawn to the ministry by F.B.Meyer, Boreham pastored in New Zealand, Tasmania, and Australia. In his later ministry he spoke to vast congregations throughout the English-speaking world. Boreham became one of the century's most prolific and well-known religious writers with more than fifty books and hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles to his credit.