Pastoral Recollections and Sketches by Timothy East

“Amid other employments in this the evening of his long and useful life, Mr. East has, we think, been wisely guided to revise and publish these remarkable pastoral experiences. They include some exceedingly interesting cases of conversion and spiritual revival.” — John Macfarlane, from the Introduction.

Timothy East (1817-1892) was the writer of the famous “Evangelical Rambler” which was later republished under the title “The Sheepfold and the Common.”

Level of Difficulty: Primer: No subject matter knowledge needed.

Book Contents

  • Preface
  • Introductory Notice
  • 1 A Remarkable Old Woman
  • 2 The Power of the Cross — Moorfields “Tabernacle”
  • 3 The Moral Wreck, And The Soul Lost
  • 4 The Dying One. Part 1.
  • 5 The Dying One. Part 2.
  • 6 Remarkable Coincidences
  • 7 The Blacksmith and the Tractarian Priest
  • 8 The Blacksmith and the Christian Minister
  • 9 Light at Noontide
  • 10 The Sisters of Charity
  • 11 The Death of the Sisters of Charity
  • Copyright Notice

Publication Information

  • Lutheran Library edition first published: 2021
  • Copyright: CC BY 4.0
Timothy East