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Dry Dock of a Thousand Wrecks, The by Philip Ilott Roberts (1872 - 1938)

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  • Ch 2. - God's Good Man

Ch 2. - God's Good Man

Thursday 1st January 1970

Discover the power of faith and redemption in The Dry Dock of a Thousand Wrecks. Read our article and listen to the podcast on alcoholfree.com
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Dry Dock of a Thousand Wrecks, The by Philip Ilott Roberts (1872 - 1938)
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Finding Redemption through Faith: The Inspiring Story of The Dry Dock of a Thousand Wrecks

What you need, my dear brother, is Jesus Christ as your friend and savior.
The Dry Dock of a Thousand Wrecks is an inspiring book that tells the story of how faith and surrender to Christ Jesus helped destitute alcoholics and addicts find quick recovery. In this chapter, we learn about the work of Samuel H. Hadley and the Water Street Mission in New York City. Under Hadley's leadership, the mission became a beacon of hope for those struggling with addiction, and many found redemption and freedom through their faith.
In this article, we will delve deeper into the chapter, exploring Superintendent Wyburn's testimony and the powerful message of surrender to Christ. We will also discuss the book's themes of addiction, recovery, and redemption, and how they continue to resonate today. Join us on alcoholfree.com to listen to the full podcast episode and learn more about the power of faith in overcoming addiction. Find hope and inspiration in the story of The Dry Dock of a Thousand Wrecks.