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ISBN/Product ID: 9781840300451Pages: 178Binding: PaperbackPublisher: Ambassador/EmeraldAuthor(s): Marjory BonarSeries: Ambassador Classic Biographies
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Truly great men, seldom recognize their own worth. Such a great man was Andrew Bonar (1810-1892). His diary is a virtual textbook on the qualities of brokenness and humility. A man intimately acquainted with Jesus Christ, Bonar was used, along with others, during the Kilsyth Revival of 1839-1840. He later wrote a biography of his good friend and co-laborer in the Scottish Revival, Robert Murray M’Cheyne.
Andrew Bonar was a man of prayer. In a letter to a close friend he wrote, 'Oh brother pray; in spite of Satan, pray; spend hours in prayer, rather neglect friends than not pray, rather fast, and lose breakfast, dinner, supper and sleep too - than not pray. And we must not talk about prayer - we must pray in right earnest. The Lord is near. He comes softly while The Virgins Slumber.'
Written by his daughter, this book tells his story as no other biography can.
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