Only for Jesus; Memorials of the Late William M. MacGregor, Missionary to China

Only for Jesus; Memorials of the Late William M. MacGregor, Missionary to China

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ...put out his hand and said--" ' Mr Macgregor, I believe as firmly as you do that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and that He died for me, but I find it so hard to do what I know to be right. I have no power over some evil habits, ' etcetera. " I told him of Jesus, the almighty Saviour, who could save him from all his sins, if he would but trust Him. He really seemed to feel it when I told him what a Saviour Jesus was to me, and bidding me good-night, he held out his hand, and said--"' Sir, I do wish you every success in your work, and hope that your expectations concerning China may he all fulfilled.' " May God the Holy Ghost show him the folly of trusting to himself, or his ' filthy rags, ' and lead him to look to Him who is almighty to save, and whose blood--and that alone--can make a sinner fit to appear in the presence of a holy God. " One of the third-class passengers is confined to his bed. Poor fellow, he is dying of consumption--a young, handsome, fine-looking man, of twenty two years of age. I have been trying to make him understand me. He is a Roman Catholic, but I think he never prays, and T think he is quite careless. I am glad that I took some jam with me, as his throat is very bad, and he has nothing to relieve him. Poor fellow, he is going home to die. He gets no sympathy from others. They say it will be a good thing when he goes ashore, as he does at Aden. Whoever reads this will, I hope, pray that God may bless to his soul the reading of a tract in French, which he understands, also a ' British Workman.' " I hope we will be at Port Said to-morrow evening, just as dear friends at Pyrland Road are praying for me. Oh, may God answer, in my experience, every prayer put up for mc from that room in the name of Jesus. As 1 get nearer more

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