"YE MUST BE BORN AGAIN"
||WELL - KNOWN
MEN IN ALL
RANKS OF LIFE
A Member of the House of Morley
SAMUEL MORLEY, M.P., member of the firm of
I. & R. Morley, Wood St., known world-wide,
to walk from Hackney to Wood Street, City, every morn-
ing with his father. Samuel had the greatest love and
admiration for his parents. Their piety and godliness
bore a great part in forming his character. And, moreover
the home was open to all Nonconformist ministers, and
with them Samuel greatly enjoyed [business].
The most definite intimation concerning the conversion
of Samuel Morley is of a Sunday morning in the Old
Weigh House Chapel, when Mr. James Parsons was
preaching, young Morley listening, and from that time
forth openly professed his faith as a
Christian man, and
witnessed a good confession to his life's end.
Of the Bible he said: "The Bible is the light and life
of any dwelling. The home life of the country owes every-
thing that is pure and virtuous to the
Word of God."
To one, struggling with difficulties, he writes: "There is
within your reach, and easy of comprehension without
the aid of any human teacher, a safe and precious guide--
[Christian Home Bible Course]