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A Retrospect

Auhtor: J Hudson Taylor

Language: english

Genres:

religion,  travel
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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Retrospect':

... much the work has been advanced by their love, their sympathy, and their prayers. For myself, and for the work that I have been permitted to do for ...
... kind friend and employer, it was necessary for me to reside out of doors. Comfortable quarters were secured with a relative, and in addition to the sum ...
... and I have never gone through my house, from basement to attic, with this object in view, without receiving a great accession of spiritual joy and ...
... the secretaries, told them that I would take a few days to pray about the matter before deciding any course of action. I mentioned to my father that I ...
... was no Holborn Viaduct in those days, and it had to be done. GOD did wonderfully help me, and in due time I reached Cheapside, turned into the by-street ...
... not be persuaded to go inside when his wife was buried. Now, thank GOD, his sin-stained soul, I had every reason to believe, was washed, was sanctified, ...
... suddenly a spent ball passed between us and buried itself in the verandah wall. Another day my friend Mr. Wylie left a book on the table after luncheon, ...
... to be had in these parts. A wheel-barrow is cheaper than a sedan, only requiring one coolie but is by no means an agreeable conveyance on rough, dirty ...
... doorway a large crowd had gathered and Mr. Burdon, collecting his remaining strength, preached CHRIST JESUS to them. Our cards and books had been taken ...
... two English miles in length. As Mr. Burns and I were accustomed to talk together in Chinese, this conclusion was known to those in the boats. After ...
... Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night Nor for the arrow that flieth by day. Because he hath set his love upon Me, therefore will I ...
... which was supposed to be valueless. Next morning, very early, they were knocked up by persons wishing to buy books, and the sales continued so ...
... came on, and the delay thus occasioned enabled me to speak a little to the people about the truths of the Gospel. The afternoon was far spent before ...
... left. The only remaining resource was to ascertain if any private boats were going in which I could get a passage. My search, however, was in vain ...
... thing as He might teach me, and feeling very sure of His loving care. And how blessedly He did lead me on and provide for me I can never, never tell. ...
... remonstrate with him upon the folly of permitting such an attempt, which he assured him would rouse the foreigners in other places to come with armed ...
... to undertake not only the dispensary work, but also that of the hospital relying solely upon the faithfulness of a prayer-hearing GOD to furnish the ...
... graves. Perishing China so filled my heart and mind that there was no rest by day, and little sleep by night, till health broke down. At the invitation ...
... and many were evidently impressed. At the close of the meeting the chairman said that by my request it had been intimated on the bills that there ...
... A hearty invitation to attend any one of these meetings is given to any one residing in or visiting any of these cities. Donations to the Mission, ...