Tamate: The Apostle of the Papuan Gulf (Classic Reprint)

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James chalmers takes rank among the excellent of the earth. His life and work are a stimulus and inspiration to us to labour ever more abundantly in the Gospel of Christ. All that he was and had he laid at the Master's feet. He endured hunger and fronted peril with un inching and fearless heart. His love to Christ was a glowing passion in his soul. His faith in His promises never faltered. He was willing to spend and be spent in His service. Hardest and rough est experiences could neither daunt his courage nor quench his zeal. His longing for the conversion of the heathen was deep and strong. It reminds us of that of Knox, when he cried out in the dark night in an agony of prayer, Lord, give me Scotland, or I die So Chalmers, more than once, with a holy daring cried, Give me New Guinea, or I die. And, in fact, for New Guinea he laid down his life, surrendering it cheerfully, as he sometimes prophetically (as it now seems to us) said he would, in order that the light and healing power of God's Word might shine in upon the darkness of the heathen whom he loved so well.
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