A Memorial of Horace William Rose (Classic Reprint)
Three years and more have passed since the subject of this brief memorial was called from service by death. While his work was done before he had reached the age of twenty-seven, the record contains the story of a finished life. Only the repeated requests of friends in and out of college, and within Association circles, that a story of his life be written, has led the author finally to prepare what is here given to the public.
Not all students choose the best in college. Some choose for themselves habits of life which forever after are like millstones about their necks. This simple narrative tells of one who chose wisely and redeemed the time.
Encouragement can be taken in reading this book because Horace W. Rose was an ordinary man. In one point only did he greatly excel other men, and that was his devotion to Jesus Christ. If any reader is led to wage a stronger fight against sin, or give himself with greater abandonment to Christian service, the mission of the book will be fulfilled.
Acknowledgment is here made for kind aid ren dered by many who have furnished material for the memorial.
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