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Miracle Lives of China

by Jonathan Goforth

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Chapter I. Earliest trophies of grace:

1. The blind chief

2. The humbling of a proud Confucianist

3. A broken but filled vessel

Chapter II. Two of China's merit-seekers:

1. "Nathanael"

2. Nathanael's friend

Chapter III. The idol maker

Chapter IV. The missionary's farmer friend

Chapter V. From servant to superintendent:

1. The Yang family

2. Yang Yu-ming, the servant

3. Climbing the ladder

Chapter VI. Cameos of one Chinese village:

1. Winning a would-be murderer

2. How "Old Autocrat" was won by a sketch

3. Little Mary andthe small-pox babies

4. The gambler's end

5. The old violinist

Chapter VII. Three notable evangelists:

1. A military Mandarin

2. Model Confucianist

3. A scholar saved from the depths

Chapter VIII. Proofs of God's grace:

1. A Chinese Shakespeare

2. A faithful pastor

3. Saved from a feed-basket

Chapter IX. How we reached the students

Chapter X. Nothing too hard for God, or work amont the

bandits


Chapter XI. The story of Mr. Su, my trusted co-worker

Chapter XII. Gospel triumphs among the scholars of one

county


Chapter XIII. The angel of Shanghai

Chapter XIV. The Bethel Mission

Chapter XV. Marshal Feng Yu-hsiang - An unfinished

sketch.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974906778, Hardcover)

Unaltered and unabridged reprint of the 1931 edition, in quality hardback without dust jacket. Fifteen chapters covering numerous notable conversions and testimonies evidenced among the Chinese witnessed by Presbyterian missionaries, including the authors.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:05 -0400)

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