Quick review of the end of Moody’s life (pulled from the book)
- Jesuits burned the Farwell Hall (YMCA) in 1967
- Jesuits paid a known criminal and thief to start the Chicago Fire in 1871
- (With God’s leading) Moody led evangelism meetings all over England, Ireland and Scotland. Dates: 1872-1875
- Moody came back to America and led evangelism meetings and revival here in the US, in such cities as: Baltimore, Burlington, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Hartford, Manchester, New Haven, Providence, St. Louis, Denver, San Francisco, Richmond, and Springfield. Dates: 1875-1879
- Moody was then back and forth between the English Isles (Britain, Ireland, Scotland) and America. Dates: 1880
- Annual Bible-training meetings (a conference of sorts) at Northfield. Dates: 1881-1890s (at least).
- Along the way, Moody started to figure out that the Jesuits and Masons were his silent enemy, thanks to those exposing the lies of Rome and her Jesuits, including Chiniquy, a former Chicago Catholic priest whose main influence and renown was in the Chicago area. Chiniquy was known for preaching against the ills and destructiveness to health and families due to alcohol and drunkenness, and lives were radically changed because people (even priests) abandoned the bottles, in America and Canada.
- Spurgeon (a friend and correspondent of Moody) dies, and Moody grieves. Date: February 1892.
- God gives him a brief time of rest – about 2 months in the Holy Land and Europe. Moody joins friends and family to see the Holy Land. Moody also preaches in quite a few places in those areas. Date: 1892
- Moody was considering slowing down on his work, but God argues with Moody to do evangelism at the World Fair and to continue the work God has led him to (steamboat incident). Date: 1892.
- Moody trusted God and prays and plans for how to reach the many international people coming to Chicago for the World’s Fair. Date: 1893.
- These notes are reasons to believe that Moody and Chiniquy were poisoned by a Jesuit doctor, as described in the Jesuit oath – “poison cup”.
- Moody stayed faithful to God’s call on his life until he died a very exhausted, but honorable servant of Christ in 1899.
The dates and info you just read are drawn from the most honest biography we have found on Moody. And there is much more to read about Moody’s life and God’s work through him, and you can find it in the biography written by his son, Will, in a book called: “The Life of DL Moody by his son” (Will Moody), with subtitles “Built schools for thousands” and “Preached to Millions”.”
This is an okay book and reduced version of Moody’s biography, by DL Moody’s son, Will Moody. It is also in audiobook form and worth your time, but if you can read the one by Moody’s son, you will get a lot more honest reporting of events and details, especially the ones that show Moody as just a bold active simple servant of Jesus (which Belmonte tries to fudge and blur).