2 edition of Missions to the Niger (Hakluyt Society Works Series 3 Volumes in 2 Books, Series II, Vol 128, 129 and 130) found in the catalog.
Missions to the Niger (Hakluyt Society Works Series 3 Volumes in 2 Books, Series II, Vol 128, 129 and 130)
E. W. Boville
June 1988 by Kraus Intl Pubns .
Written in English
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It was disciples of Jesus who were here commanded by their Lord to make disciples. Repent and believe in the gospel. Bright, local agent of Holland, Jaques and Co. All authority over all men and all the created order has been given to Jesus by the only one able to do so -- God the Father. The proven record of Christ. As all the passengers could not get canoes to cross to Budon to-day the rest had to remain till the next morning, when Seriki brought up the rear.
The missionaries tended to go to nearer regions first, where possible. We must not only be making disciples, but also must be working toward the goal in view of well-ordered churches with pluralities of biblically-qualified elders. These Christian outposts were short-lived and the reasons for their virtual disappearance towards the end of the seventeenth century are many and various. Crowther, Samuel Adjai [or Ajayi] c. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Our text makes it abundantly clear who ultimately sends out missionaries if it is done biblically. During andwhen native attacks were resumed, the work of the Mission virtually came to a standstill, and inwhen MacGregor Laird died, nearly all the trading posts were closed. Alihu received Masaba's message with due deference as from his superior; he acceded to all the King's wishes respecting us; our entertainment was prompt and liberal, accompanied with a bullock; and the free carriage of our loads to Saregi was speedily carried out. During a period of forty days, we partly stayed at Bida, and partly travelled, past many towns and villages in his territory to Ilorin: we were liberally provided for by the King and his subjects, in cooked and uncooked supplies of provisions of rice, yams, sheep, goats, turkeys, ducks, fowls, pigeons, milk, honey, oil for the lamp, firewood to cook with, and guinea corn for the horses in great abundance, all which, if we had had to pay for, would not have coat us less than one hundred and fifty pounds sterling.
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There is one, and only one organization or institution on earth which the Lord has designated to be the proper human agent in launching and sustaining and monitoring of such missionary endeavors.
This was largely due to the fact that quinine was used for the first time in these ventures as a prophylactic. From the ferry to Gori town was the worst of the road we had yet walked. Special Forces are advising and assisting the Nigerien Armed Forces, they make up a fraction of the overall U.
White in the new brick mission-house, built here about three years ago, neat, tidy, and comfortable--a nice halting place for weary travellers. This was the time to know how much weight the knees have to support and carry; on a level road the motion is uniform, the labour is not soon felt, but on an ascent they have not only to support, but to lift up the weight of the whole body moved onward.
At this point there is an element which was unique to this special band of Apostles. We travelled for four hours till sunset, and halted for the night at the market-place of Awowo.
Now when we come to the matter of missionaries, we are facing a somewhat different situation. We begin to feel the influence of Lagos, and their anxiety about us, as shown by their letters and messages. This is central to the very idea of being a disciple. There is something wrong if the situation is otherwise in a local church.
For we already possess a sufficient revelation from God -- the completed Bible.
The visit did good, as it tended to show that we paid honour to whom it was due, and we paid no attention to their differences of persons and parties. True, the high mortality obscured its achievements, but those achievements were nonetheless real. There is the proven track-record of our Lord as recorded in church history so that we may trace over nearly two millennia now how the Lord has been continually building His church and winning great triumphs for His Kingdom as disciples have been made in ever greater numbers and gathered into local churches which have grown more and more in their understanding of His marching orders over time.
And the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch. In this photo taken May 26,Sgt. But prospects were by no means universally depressing. And it was as such a sovereign God and Lord directing everything that takes place in it that He commanded His disciples to go and make disciples.Purchase all Operation World products here: The book, CD-ROM, book/CD-ROM combo pack, DVD-ROM, and wall map.
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Format Book Published Cambridge [Eng.] Published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press, Language English Series Hakluyt Society.
Works. 2d Ser Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society.