Days of Grace in Manchuria - Unknown Author - ebook

Days of Grace in Manchuria - Unknown Author - ebook

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Days of Grace in Manchuria begins with a brief sketch of the life and ministry of William Chalmers Burns who, after experiencing powerful revivals in Scotland, went to China as the first missionary of the Presbyterian Church of England, in June, 1847 where he laboured until his death in 1868.

Though his ministry was mainly seed-sowing many recognize his work as an essential forerunner of the revival that later occurred.

This book records that gracious outpouring of the Holy Spirit which began in 1908 mainly through the ministry of Jonathan Goforth. 

He had visited Korea to observe the revival there and fuel was added to his passion for God to use him powerfully by reading the writings of Finney and Edwards.

At Mukden, where he was a speaker, an elder's confession ignited revival and eight hundred were convicted, confessed sin and subsequently made restitution.

Thereafter the revival spread to other cities in Manchuria where the Presbyterians alone recorded 1,300 baptisms in five years.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination. 127pp
Book Title Days of Grace in Manchuria - Unknown Author - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
Days of Grace in Manchuria begins with a brief sketch of the life and ministry of William Chalmers Burns who, after experiencing powerful revivals in Scotland, went to China as the first missionary of the Presbyterian Church of England, in June, 1847 where he laboured until his death in 1868.

Though his ministry was mainly seed-sowing many recognize his work as an essential forerunner of the revival that later occurred.

This book records that gracious outpouring of the Holy Spirit which began in 1908 mainly through the ministry of Jonathan Goforth. 

He had visited Korea to observe the revival there and fuel was added to his passion for God to use him powerfully by reading the writings of Finney and Edwards.

At Mukden, where he was a speaker, an elder's confession ignited revival and eight hundred were convicted, confessed sin and subsequently made restitution.

Thereafter the revival spread to other cities in Manchuria where the Presbyterians alone recorded 1,300 baptisms in five years.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination. 127pp

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