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William Wilberforce Is Against Slavery

William Wilberforce (1759-1833), who had led a dissipated life in the company of such distinguished persons as the younger Pitt, was converted through Isaac Milner’s efforts. He then dedicated his life to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire. In 1772, a court decision made the ownership of slaves impossible in England. In 1807 Parliament passed an act that banned Englishmen from participating in the slave trade. Evangelical public opinion, working through the English…

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I Do Not Recommend Christianity

I have an elderly acquaintance of about eighty, who has lived a life of unbroken selfishness and self-admiration from the earliest years and is, more or less, I regret to say, one of the happiest men I know. From the moral point of view, it is very difficult! As you perhaps know, I haven’t always been a Christian. I didn’t go to religion to make me happy. I always knew a bottle of Port would…

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The Rock in the River

While sitting on the bank of a river one day, I picked up a solid round stone from the water and broke it open. It was perfectly dry in spite of the fact that it had been immersed in water for centuries. The same is true of many people in the Western world. For centuries they have been surrounded by Christianity; they live immersed in the waters of its benefits. And yet it has not…

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  • Psalm 119:93 July 29, 2021
    “I will never forget your precepts, for by them you have preserved my life.”
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