A true lover always feels in debt to the one he loves.
Born: October 1, 1889, Died: August 29, 1970
Ralph Washington Sockman was the senior pastor of Christ Church (United Methodist) in New York City, United States. He gained considerable prominence in the U.S. as the featured speaker on the weekly NBC radio program, National Radio Pulpit, which aired from 1928 to 1962, and as a writer of several best-selling books on the Christian life. Time Magazine reported in 1946 that Sockman’s National Radio Pulpit program received 4,000 letters weekly, making him “the number one Protestant radio pastor of the U.S. …rated by volume of fan mail”. Fifteen years later in 1961, Time said that Sockman was “generally acknowledged as the best Protestant preacher in the U.S.”. (Source + full bio: Wikipedia.org)
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