Gems of Gold includes a meditation for each day of the year. Beginning with a Scripture, followed by a song or a poem, and ending with a thought by the author, each page is Bible-centered and Christ-exalting. The book will impart inspirational and challenging truths to God's children.
About the Author
Dr. Robert Edward Neighbour was born August 10, 1872 in Three Oaks, Michigan and grew up in Dennison, Texas. He was educated at Baylor University and was a classmate of Dr. George W. Truett.
From Baylor, Dr. Neighbour went to serve in Brazil as a missionary, and when he returned to the United States, he was associated with John A. Broadus in evangelistic campaigns for a year.
Neighbour served as the pastor of churches in Dublin, Georgia; Americus, Georgia; Salisbury, North Carolina; Spartanburg, South Carolina; Athens, Georgia; Augusta, Georgia; Macon, Georgia; Elyria, Ohio; and, Vancouver, B.C.
Dr. Neighbuor was the author of several books, including: Gems of Gold, Sermons and Bible Studies, The Rider on the White Horse, Pre and Post Millennialism, Books on James, Galatians, Ephesians, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, and numerous booklets on a variety of subjects, such as sanctification, church separation, and prophecy.
Dr. Neighbour died on June 10, 1945 and was buried in a cemetery at Elyria, Ohio. Information kindly provided by the Neighbour family.