Letting Christ Be Our Example
6. Are The Nations Of Europe In Bible Prophecy?
7. Christ At The Church Door
8. Christ's Millennial Reign
9. Florida Campmeeting 1961
10. God's Grace For The Millions
11. Hell's Two Unanswered Prayers
12. How We Know Jesus Christ Was The Messiah
13. Jesus In Genesis
14. Jesus Is Wonderful
15. Jesus, The World's Greatest Character
16. Jonah And The Whale
17. Our Beloved Dead
18. That Ordained Man
19. The Dove, The Cross, And The Right Hand Of God
22. The Finished Mystery
23. The Last Prayer In The Bible
24. The Lord's Day of Jesus
25. The Man That God Forgot
26. The Man That God Tried To Kill
27. The Man Who Tried Again
28. The Man Who Was Born Three Times
29. The Man With Forty Names
30. The March Of Nations
31. The Prayer Jesus Refused To Pray
32. The Seven Wonders Of The World
33. The Sin God Never Forgives
34. The Sin We Are Afraid To Mention
35. The Soundless Heaven
36. The Tears Of Jesus
37. Ungodly Sinners Justified
38. Where Are We In The Bible
Harold Marshall Sylvester Richards, Sr. (1894–1985), commonly known as H.M.S. Richards, was a well known Seventh-day Adventist evangelist and author.
Born in Iowa, he is most famous for founding the Voice of Prophecy radio ministry and was a pioneer in religious radio broadcasting. His ministry inspired broadcasts in 36 languages on more than 1,100 stations, and Bible courses in 80 languages offered by 144 correspondence schools.
Richards married Mabel Annabel Eastman in 1920 and they had 1 daughter and 3 sons.
Upon graduation from Washington Missionary College (now Columbia Union College) in 1919, H.M.S. Richards served as an evangelist in various places in the United States and Canada and during this period experimented with radio announcements in connection with his meetings. He began regular radio program in October 19, 1929 on KNX (AM) in Los Angeles.
Later Richards broadcast daily live broadcasts of The Tabernacle of the Air over KGER in Long Beach, and live weekly remote broadcasts from his tabernacle to KMPC (AM) in Beverly Hills.
In January 1937 his footprint expanded over a network of several stations of the Don Lee Broadcasting System, and the name of the broadcast was changed to the Voice of Prophecy.
His first coast-to-coast broadcast over 89 stations of the Mutual Broadcasting System was on Sunday, January 4, 1942.
Throughout the years Richards' Voice of Prophecy broadcasts were marked by an opening theme song of "Lift Up the Trumpet" performed by the King's Heralds quartet and closed with his poem "Have Faith in God" each week having a new verse written.