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D.L. Moody, the US evangelist who came from nowhere to be one of the men most used of God to bring men and women to Christ, died 100 years ago this December.

Derek Tidball

His father died when he was four, leaving debts and a mother struggling to bring up eight young children. Moody left home early, with virtually no education, to earn a living in his uncle's shop in Boston. From the start, he showed some native entrepreneurial talent and might well have been a second J.D. Rockefeller if God had not intended otherwise.