D. L. Moody was led to Christ by a man with such a one-track mind, by a man who had a single, unswervable determination to win boys and girls to Christ. This was a man who, having had young Moody in his class for some time, walked into the back of the shoestore one day, where Moody was at work, and said to him, “Now then, Dwight, you’ve heard it long enough; it’s time you accepted Christ.” Moody became a Christian, probably the noisiest and most rambunctious and objectionable Christian the staid church he attended had ever known. He flung himself into the Lord’s work right from the start. He heard someone say, “The world has yet to see what God can do through a man wholly yielded to Him.” He said, “By the grace of God, I’ll be that man.”John Phillips Commentary Series, The – The John Phillips Commentary Series – Exploring Psalms, Volume Two: An Expository Commentary.