The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life

By Hannah Whitall Smith
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7.01 Hours 09/01/2000 unabridged
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Hannah Whitall Smith wrote The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life in 1875, originally as an article for her husband’s magazine. The book subsequently became a worldwide bestseller that has influenced generations of readers. In the preface she explains, “This is not a theological book. I frankly confess that I have not been trained in theological schools and do not understand their methods nor their terms. But the Lord has taught me experientially and practically certain lessons out of his Word, which have greatly helped me in my Christian life, and have made it a very happy one. And I want to tell my secret, in the best way I can, in order that some others may be helped into a happy life also.” This classic devotional offers practical advice and a powerful message. Relating to audiences on a personal level, it invites listeners to live full, blessed lives.

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Hannah Whitall Smith wrote The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life in 1875, originally as an article for her husband’s magazine. The book subsequently became a worldwide bestseller that has influenced generations of readers.

In the preface she explains, “This is not a theological book. I frankly confess that I have not been trained in theological schools and do not understand their methods nor their terms. But the Lord has taught me experientially and practically certain lessons out of his Word, which have greatly helped me in my Christian life, and have made it a very happy one. And I want to tell my secret, in the best way I can, in order that some others may be helped into a happy life also.”

This classic devotional offers practical advice and a powerful message. Relating to audiences on a personal level, it invites listeners to live full, blessed lives.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“One of the most inspiring and influential books we have ever read.” Dale Evans and Roy Rogers
“This work...has never ceased to be in demand and [is] a classic in religious literature.” Chautauquan, 1893

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Author Bio: Hannah Whitall Smith

Hannah Whitall Smith was the spiritual mentor of many, including Catherine Marshall. Born into a Quaker family in Philadelphia in 1832, she grew up tirelessly investigating the religious life. She and her husband, Robert Pearsall Smith, emigrated to England where they became one of America’s most famous expatriate families. Their lay ministry was known as the Higher Life Movement.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 7.01
Audience: Adult
Language: English