I am usually a little overly cautious when it comes to reading protestant writers only because they do not hold the same belief about the Real Presence that Catholics do. However in reading this one sermon, I did not find anything to go against Catholic belief, in fact much of the sermon is Scripture based. While there were one or two points with which I may have taken issue, it is still worth reading. I think what struck me most about it was the passion and conviction with which he spoke, and while Mr. Chapman may not have believed in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, we can apply much of this sermon to our own lives and faith.
I especially liked this excerpt from the end:
"Nobody is too sinful. Nobody is too far away. The precious blood of Christ can cleanse and save unto the uttermost. Nothing less than his blood can do this. "Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow. Though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool."
I can say no more. With all my heart I wish that I might. I can only add this. I love Him. I love Him. He is to me as real as you are. I love Him. I want you to love Him. I want you to take Him. I know that there are people who want to say this evening — "Pray for me." Lift up your hand to express this desire of your heart."