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Sometimes our plans don’t work out as hoped because God detours us, leading us elsewhere in his overruling providence. Thomas Coke, a sophisticated Oxford-educated Welshman, left his ministry in the […]
Finally one night, resolving to kneel until he found forgiveness, he prayed and prayed.
The real power room of Methodism was Wesley’s tiny prayer closet with its small table, tall window, and open Bible.
Within a year, spontaneous strikes occurred throughout Poland;
Felix refused. “I have Bibles,” he said, “but I will not surrender them.”
Levi (Matthew) wasn’t the only tax collector to follow Christ into full-time ministry. Ira Sankey did, too. Sankey was born on August 28, 1840, in a small Pennsylvania town. His […]
Dober ministered to those suffering from malaria, at one point nearly dying of the fever himself.
Rev. William Anderson of Philadelphia’s North United Presbyterian Church saw a boy dart into a grocery store. He followed him, asking, “Where do you go to Sabbath school?” Nine-year-old Robert […]
Putting down his wrench, he reached for his New Testament and scrawled a decision on its grease-stained flyleaf.
Another delegation was sent, and the emperor offered Maximus great rewards to convert to Monothelitism, and great suffering if he refused.
On Palm Sunday, 1211, Clare pulled off her beautiful clothes, donned an ash-colored robe, and slipped from an unused gate on her parent’s estate.
But they didn’t expect 20,000! Hordes arrived by horse, carriage, and wagon.