A Brother's Portrait, or Memoirs of the Late Rev. William Barber, Wesleyan Missionary to the Spaniards at Gibraltar, Who Fell a Victim to the Epidemic Pestilence, Which Raged on That Rock, During the Autumn of the Year 1828: Compiled Chiefly From His Jour

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A Brother's Portrait, or Memoirs of the Late Rev. William Barber, Wesleyan Missionary to the Spaniards at Gibraltar, Who Fell a Victim to the Epidemic Pestilence, Which Raged on That Rock, During the Autumn of the Year 1828: Compiled Chiefly From His Jour de Aquila Barber
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Excerpt from A Brother's Portrait, or Memoirs of the Late Rev. William Barber, Wesleyan Missionary to the Spaniards at Gibraltar, Who Fell a Victim to the Epidemic Pestilence, Which Raged on That Rock, During the Autumn of the Year 1828: Compiled Chiefly From His Journals and Extensive Correspondence

That part of the Volume, which describes the origin and progress of a Protestant Mission, among the poor, benighted Spaniards at Gibral tar; as well as that, which contains such\pa1nful descriptions of the moral and civil destitution of the parentcountry will, probably, be read with unusual interest by those, who are labouring and praying for the prosperity of the kingdom of Christ. But that interest must be sharpened into agony, when it is remembered, that Spain, in the midst of her degradation, is denominated a Christian Country. And that, too, in the nine teenth century; as well as that, notwithstanding the miseries, both temporal and spiritual, under which she is labouring, the Bible and its genuine Religion, which are the only means of her emancipation, are pertmacnously withheld from her millions of deathless, yet perishing, inhabit ants. Oh How important, therefore, does it appear for every Christian believer 'most ar dently to implore the hastening of the period, when even that 'dark place of the earth, which is so full of the habitations of cruelty, ' shall be hold 'the light of the knowledge of the glory of God, in the face of Jesus Christ '

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Titre :A Brother's Portrait, or Memoirs of the Late Rev. William Barber, Wesleyan Missionary to the Spaniards at Gibraltar, Who Fell a Victim to the Epidemic Pestilence, Which Raged on That Rock, During the Autumn of the Year 1828: Compiled Chiefly From His Jour
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Dimensions de l'article :544 pages, 9 X 6 X 1.19 po
Dimensions à l'expédition :544 pages, 9 X 6 X 1.19 po
Publié le :16 janvier 2018
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Langue :anglais
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ISBN - 13 :9780483187955

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