'Too horrible to imagine! The most chilling narration that I have ever heard. Words fail me in how much I would encourage anyone who is delaying repentance to listen to this sermon! Attend to your soul while there is time!' - Comment on SermonAudio. Actual testimonies of persons dying without hope, without a saving faith in Christ. Includes the testimonies of Louis XV and Lord Chesterfield. Written in 1852; read by Tom Sullivan.
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Great Book! I bought the book on the internet. Great book and very recommendable to all of those who believe there is no God, Heaven or Hell. A Deathbed reveals a lot about these realities.
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Author's Preface This volume owes its origin to a season of calamity. While the cholera was raging in the city of New-York during the summer of 1849, the author was called to witness a great variety of " death-bed scenes." At the same time his own health was too much shaken to admit of any severe literary pursuit. Under those circumstances, the work was suggested to his mind as one likely to subserve a useful purpose; and during that season most of the material for the work was collected and arranged. Since then, it has occupied the hours of respite from more imperious duties, in revision and preparation for the press. D W Clark Sept. 1 1861