Daybreak in Korea: A Tale of Transformation in the Far East

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Fleming H. Revell Company, 1909 - Korea - 123 pages
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Page 73 - Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.
Page 125 - Diplomatic and Missionary. Illustrated, net, $1.25. HORACE N. ALLEN Gathered from a twenty years' residence in Korea and neighboring countries by the late Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States to Korea, Breaking Down Chinese Walls From a Doctor's Viewpoint. Illustrated, net, $1.00. ELLIOTT I.
Page 101 - O happy day, that fixed my choice On Thee, my Saviour, and my God! Well may this glowing heart rejoice, And tell its raptures all abroad.
Page 126 - The author of this book is the authority in Germany on missionary subjects. This, his latest work, has proven so valuable as to demand this translation into English. India is a vast field and the missionary operations there are carried on by many societies. This survey of the field is broad and accurate, it reaches every part of the work and every society in the field, and gives a splendid summary of what has actually been accomplished. It has the unqualified approbation of the workers on the field...
Page 125 - ... Stock, Church Missionary Society. The New Horoscope of Missions Net, $1.00. JAMES S. DENNIS "Dr. Dennis, who has long been a close student of foreign missions, and speaks with authority, gives in this volume a broad general view of the present aspects of the missionary situation, as foundation for 'the new horoscope
Page 104 - I AM so glad that our Father in heaven Tells of his love in the book he has given; Wonderful things in the Bible I see, This is the dearest— that Jesus loves me.
Page 125 - Dr. Osgood was for eight years a physician at Chu Cheo, and conducted a hospital and dispensary, visiting and preaching the Gospel in the villages round about. He writes from experience. The object is to show the influence and power of the medical missionary service, and of the daily lives of the missionaries upon the natives, told in a most interesting manner by the record of the living examples.
Page 126 - Net, $1.50. JACOB CHAMBERLAIN "This volume is Mr. Chamberlain's own account of what he did, saw and felt. As a teacher, a preacher and a medical missionary, Dr. Chamberlain stood in the front ranks. If all who are abroad could have the ability, the training, and the heart interest in the redemption of the endarkened lands that Mr. Chamberlain's life reveals, and the suport for carrying on the gospel were adequately furnished, the future would be radiant with hope.
Page 125 - Dr. Underwood knows Korea, its territory, iti people, and its needs, and his book has the special value that attaches to expert judgment. The volume is packed with information, but it is written in so agreeable a style that it is as attractive as a novel, and particularly well suited to serve as a guide to our young people in their study of missions.
Page 126 - Prepared by W. GRINTON BERRY, MA With Map, Portrait, 3 Coloured and 4 other Illustrations, crown 8vo. cloth gilt, Coloured Medallion on Cover, Is. 6d. The personality of Hannington was full of colour and vigour, and the story of his work, particularly of his adventures in East Africa, ending with his martyrdom on the shores of the Victoria Nyanza, is cne of the most fascinating in missionary annals. Hannington was himself a picturesque writer, with a noteworthy gift of producing dashing and humorous...

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