By Sam Wellman
For problem and encouragement on your Christian lifestyles, learn the existence tales of the Heroes of the religion. The novelized biographies of this sequence are inspiring and easy-to-read, excellent for Christians of any age or history. In David Livingstone, you’ll get to understand the Scottish explorer who carried the gospel to the guts of nineteenth-century Africa—and won around the world popularity because the guy who brought Victoria Falls to the skin international. applicable for readers from junior excessive via grownup, necessary for believers of any history, those biographies motivate better Christian dedication during the instance of heroes like David Livingstone.
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Richard Cecil was to make sure David was proficient in Latin, Greek, and theology before he began more formal training. Some students would continue in theology at nearby Cheshunt College. Some students like David were to go to London for more medical training. But there was the constant threat of failure. Only the very best students were allowed to go on with formal training. Of course, someone who failed could still be sent to the missions after acquiring skills in carpentry and bricklaying to work for the real missionaries.
It has decimated my church here. . ” “I believe you, sir. ” “He believes I am too political, causing more harm than good by turning the whites against missionaries. ” “Wait until you see the frontier yourself, David. ” David had heard about Doctor Phillips from Moffat. He expected Phillips to be an ogre. But Phillips was calm and rational, even forgiving. It was obvious to David now that the differences of opinion among missionaries were based on factors more complicated than he yet understood.
He heard a musket! “It’s the Khoikhoi,” said the missionary. The Khoikhoi fired welcome shots as they approached. People swarmed around them and shook their hands. Faces were lit with sunny smiles. What a happy mission. David forgave the missionary’s comments about the native language when he heard the Khoikhoi speaking. He felt like he was surrounded by crickets. Their speech was punctuated with clicks. ” asked David, with much more respect. ” The missionary pointed at children playing. “I do understand quite a bit of it myself.
David Livingstone: Explorer and Missionary by Sam Wellman