Short Records of the Missionary Work of the Rev. Edward Porter of the London Missionary Society in Vizagapatam and Cuddapah, India from 1835-1868: With a Brief Memoir
Morgan and Scott, 1885 - 76 pages
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arrived asked attended Bangalore baptism baptized Bedford Bellary beloved blessing Boarding School Bournemouth boys Brahmins Bussapah catechist cheer Cherlopally Cheshunt College Chicacole church commenced congregation converts Cuddapah DAUGHTER death deputation died earnest England English enquirers erected faith feast feeling felt friends gave girls Gooroo Gospel grace greatly happy heard heart heathen heaven heavenly Father Hindoo hope hymns idol worship idolatry India instruction intercourse interesting Jesus Christ Johnston Joseph Mason journal KHOND Kilpin kindly Kurnool district labours live London Missionary Society Lord Madanapally Madras Mahomedan Malas Mauby missionary brethren morning Moses Williams mother NAGAMMA native Christians native pastor Nundial offered ordination out-stations Padre Paul Leighton Porter left Porter sailed prayer preach replied residence returned Sabbath Saviour Scripture shew singing sorrow soul spirit station Teloogoo told took tracts trial Ventoorla village Vizagapatam wife women writes
Page vi - For Zion's sake will I not hold my peace, and for Jerusalem's sake I will not rest, until the righteousness thereof go forth as brightness, and the salvation thereof as a lamp that burneth.
Page 4 - Athens, his spirit was stirred within him, when he saw the city wholly given to idolatry.
Page v - Now thanks be unto God, which always causeth us to triumph in Christ, and maketh manifest the savour of his knowledge by us in every place.
Page 50 - OFT in danger, oft in woe, Onward, Christians, onward go ; Fight the fight, maintain the strife, Strengthened with the bread of life.
Page 61 - Our clinging hearts should be for ever weaned. They have passed from us — all our broad possessions : Ships, whose white sails flung wide past distant shores ; Lands, whose rich harvests smiled in the glad sunshine ; Silver and gold, and all our hoarded stores. And, dearer far, the pleasant home where gathered Our loved and loving...
Page 59 - The new enquirers also heard the substance of these tracts, and were convinced of the folly of their superstitions. They then went to Dhur and asked for a teacher, and from him obtained further instruction. After this, one of the elders came forward and said, ' Come let us pull down our dumb idol which we have served in vain for so many years, and embrace the new religion, which shows our sins and the goodness of God in sending a Saviour, who came and gave up his life for sinners.
Page 33 - Around the throne of God in heaven, Thousands of children stand, Singing, glory, glory, glory ! What brought those children there?
Page 50 - Orphan School. Dear Venketreddy also was taken away with cholera. Then also dear Paul Leighton and others died. As frequent reference has previously been made to Paul Leighton, it may not be out of place here to give a short account of his early life.