Excerpt from Autobiography and Reminiscences of Rev. John Graham: With an Appendix Containing Some Interesting and Important Letters to the Author
The following Reminiscences were written at leisure times principally for my own edification, and were designed to be left for the benefit of surviving relatives, in order that they might know something respecting the way the Lord has led me in the wilderness of this world, with the hope that they might be induced to trust in the same merciful and unerring Guide. I have, however, been led to change my mind, and to set up my Ebenezer in this public manner during my life time, at the earnest request of several brethren into whose hands part of the Manuscript had fallen. I am deeply convinced of the many defects of this book, and of its unfitness to stand strict literary criticism. Know ing that it will be read and appreciated only by those who were more or less acquainted with me, or with the events, persons, and places described, I have used all plainness of speech. I trust I have the approba tion of God in telling to the world what He has done for my soul, and how, where, and when He has led me and fed me, all my life long; by concealing which I would have been ungrateful and criminal: and as for the groundless disapprobation of a fellow-worm, it shall never disturb me.
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