Twenty Five Sunday Mornings - CCS by Samuel Chadwick and published by Classics Publishing.
It was Samuel Chadwick's custom on a Monday morning to write out one of his Sunday Sermons. This was used for leaflet distribution by his workers at the Leeds Wesleyan Mission. On the outer cover of each leaflet was a picture of the famous Oxford Place Chapel. These sermons
are a small selection in the hope that a generation who did not know ‘Chadwick of Leeds’ may yet benefit by his challenging ministry.
These are not 'sermonettes', on the other hand, they do not represent his preaching in all its fullness. They do, however, gather up the essential keynotes of his message. The limitation of space only adds to the intensity of style. In sharp sentences he ministers the truth. Something of the pungency and the power of his evangelical ministry can be felt as one reads. Originally preached at the turn of the 20th century, the freshness and power of these eternal messages still speaks to the heart, with a Gospel centred in the unchanging Christ and His uplifted Cross.