John G. Paton, missionary to the New Hebrides Vol.2 By John G. Paton John G Paton missionary to the New Hebrides Vol The review from reviewerJohn Paton was the famous s missionary to the cannibals of the South Seas islands This is his autobiography and it is over pages long I read it slowly over about wee
John G. Paton, missionary to the New Hebrides Vol.2 By John G. Paton The review from reviewerJohn Paton was the famous 1800 s missionary to the cannibals of the South Seas islands This is his autobiography and it is over 500 pages long I read it slowly over about 8 weeks It was than worth my efforts However, if you are not an avid reader, this book will probably be too much for you I d recommend getting one the shortThe review from reviewerJohn Paton was the famous 1800 s missionary to the cannibals of the South Seas islands This is his autobiography and it is over 500 pages long I read it slowly over about 8 weeks It was than worth my efforts However, if you are not an avid reader, this book will probably be too much for you I d recommend getting one the shorter biographies of his life But because this is John s first hand account there are many fascinating stories situations You ll probably miss out on many of them if you opt for a biography of his life instead This book was inspiring and powerful It takes you from his childhood, all the way to his later years John Paton was sold out for Jesus, and for reaching the cannibals for Christ Imagine landing on a primitive island, and not even speaking the language of the natives He started from nothing He endured much hardship,suffering,sickness and danger especially on the first island that he was a missionary on There were setbacks and disappointments Many would have given up and went home, but not John Paton Eventually, after much sacrifice and labor, he saw many natives come to Christ and their lives miraculously transformed On a lighter noteOne part of the book left me laughing so hard that I cried Paton was a total abstainer from alcohol and he argues his choice very strongly But one time while travelling in Australia he had a 20 mile ride on a crazy, out of control, horse Upon reaching his destination, he was topsy turvy and could barely speak They thought he was drunk and try as he might he couldn t convince them he was sober You have to read it yourself it was hysterical Product descriptionIf you HATE the book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words, this book is for you.We don t use OCR d book technology Optical character recognition, usually abbreviated to OCR, is the mechanical or electronic translation of scanned images of handwritten, typewritten or printed text into machine encoded text to make the kindle version but we bring to you by THE SCANNING OR PHOTOGRAPH PROCESS So everything you see here is almost same as original version It may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred, errant marks, etc that were either part of the original artifact.We hope you enjoy and are satisfied with our book For interesting books, please search for AMA publication A PublicationImportant Notice Please read before you purchase This book was produced from scanning process so you CAN T use some text feature such as Adjust Font Size, Search or Highlight Since this book does NOT support TEXT adjustment Function, we strongly do not recommend reading it with mobile phone, Android, BB or any small device This book does NOT support Text To Speech Function.
John G. Paton, missionary to the New Hebrides Vol.2 By John G. Paton John G Paton Desiring God Originally a message delivered at the Conference for Pastors, John Piper s biography of Paton is now available as the eBook, John G Paton You Will Be Eaten by Cannibals I confess to you, that if I can but live and die serving and honoring the Lord Jesus, it will make no difference to me whether I am eaten by Cannibals or by worms p . John G Paton The Autobiography of the Pioneer This book John Paton missionary to the New Hebrides now is called vanuatu is a detailed account of this awesome man who served that island and a few others in the late ,s.He was subjected to terrific problems with the bloodthirsty natives and on many occasions was face to face with death. John G Paton by John G Paton Banner of Truth USA Jun , John Paton was the famous s missionary to the cannibals of the South Seas islands This is his autobiography and it is over pages long I read it slowly over about weeks It was than worth my efforts John G Paton A Missionary of Courage Missions Box John Paton was born in in Scotland His father was devoted to his faith in Christ Three times a day, John s father would go into his prayer closet and pray each time he came out of his prayer closet, his countenance would be different than before. John G Paton Missionary to the New Hebrides by John G Paton Born in the early s John Paton was inspired and influenced by his parents who were poor but devotedly followed God He was saved at a young age and on fire for God He was first a missionary in Glasgow Scotland and then called by God to minister to the cannibalistic tribes in the Hebrides islands. John G Paton biography Missionary Biographies John Gibson Paton was born May , , near Dumfries, in the south of Scotland His father was a stocking maker and although his family was little blessed in this world s goods, it was devoutly religious When young John had reached his fifth year, the family moved to a new home in the ancient village of John G Paton Working Among the Cannibals John G Paton Biographies Missionary Biography John Gibson Paton was a Scottish missionary to the New Hebrides Before sailing there with his newly wed wife in , he was a city missionary in Glasgow for ten years Began work on Tanna, an island inhabited by savage cannibals later worked on the island of Aniwa.
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