Recollections of Henry Moorhouse, Evangelist
by George C. Needham
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Henry Moorhouse learned to trust God for his daily bread. from the day he stopped his work as an auctioneer and committed the rest of his life of evangelism, God provided for all his needs.
Henry Moorhouse was wholly devoted to the work of evangelism. While he greatly appreciated American innovations and could see how selling such things back in England would be profitable, he was, like Martin Luther, devoted to God's work alone, and could trust Him for his “daily bread.” He was content with the sufficient “food and raiment” God constantly provided.