F. B. Meyer stands out as one of the key Christians in British and American history. He was a contemporary, and friend, of D. L. Moody and was involved in his ministry on both sides of the Atlantic.
But that was just a small part of Meyer’s life.
More than anything Meyer was a pastor who had a knack with looking after the spiritual needs of the working class – whilst also engaging the monied classes to widen their horizons in reaching out to their fellow man.
Well known for his biographical and devotional writings, here he encourages us to view prayer as a daily personal event by the use of a challenging prayer for every day of the year.
Do you view prayer as a chore? Let F. B. Meyer help you see it as a simple daily turning of your heart to God.
About F. B. Meyer
Frederick Brotherton Meyer (1840–1929) was a well–known and gifted pastor and author. His evangelistic tours took him to South Africa, Asia and North America even when he was 80. He spent the last years of his working life as a pastor in England’s churches and wrote over 40 books.