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Let My People Go (#01 in Jaffray Collection Of Missionary Portraits Series)

A W Tozer
Let My People Go (#01 in Jaffray Collection Of Missionary Portraits Series)
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Let My People Go (#01 in Jaffray Collection Of Missionary Portraits Series)

A W Tozer

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Robert Jaffray was a giant among the pioneer missionary statesmen of the early 20th century. Heir to the Toronto Globe - one of Canada's leading newspapers - he turned his back on wealth and power to serve without promise of recognition in China. Responsible for an ever-growing work there, he simultaneously opened French Indonesia to The Christian and Missionary Alliance. Later he orchestrated the missionary effort in Indonesia, today the largest Alliance field overseas. Committed to missions and the people of Southeast Asia to the end, Jaffrey died a martyr in a Japanese prison camp during World War 2. His story serves as an example of how God can use one person - limitations and all - to bring thousands to Himself.^

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Robert A. Jaffray was a giant among the pioneer missionary statesmen of the early 20th century. Heir to the Toronto Globe - one of Canada's leading newspapers- he turned his back on wealth and power to serve in China. Responsible for an ever-growing work there, he simultaneously opened French Indochina to The Christian and Missionary Alliance. Later he orchestrated the missionary effort in Indonesia, today the largest Alliance field overseas. Jaffray was a missionary general. His keen administrating, voluminous writing and incessant strategizing made him a natural leader.

Aided by his wife Minnie, he never allowed poor health- diabetes and a heart condition - to deter him from his work for the Lord. Committed to missions and the people of Southeast Asia to the end, Jaffray died a Martyr in a Japanese prison camp during World War 2. His story serves as an example of how God can use one person- limitations and all- to bring thousands to Himself.



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Robert Jaffray was a giant among the pioneer missionary statesmen of the early 20th century. Heir to the Toronto Globe - one of Canada's leading newspapers - he turned his back on wealth and power to serve without promise of recognition in China. Responsible for an ever-growing work there, he simultaneously opened French Indonesia to The Christian and Missionary Alliance. Later he orchestrated the missionary effort in Indonesia, today the largest Alliance field overseas. Committed to missions and the people of Southeast Asia to the end, Jaffrey died a martyr in a Japanese prison camp during World War 2. His story serves as an example of how God can use one person - limitations and all - to bring thousands to Himself.^
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Robert A. Jaffray was a giant among the pioneer missionary statesmen of the early 20th century. Heir to the Toronto Globe - one of Canada's leading newspapers- he turned his back on wealth and power to serve in China. Responsible for an ever-growing work there, he simultaneously opened French Indochina to The Christian and Missionary Alliance. Later he orchestrated the missionary effort in Indonesia, today the largest Alliance field overseas. Jaffray was a missionary general. His keen administrating, voluminous writing and incessant strategizing made him a natural leader.

Aided by his wife Minnie, he never allowed poor health- diabetes and a heart condition - to deter him from his work for the Lord. Committed to missions and the people of Southeast Asia to the end, Jaffray died a Martyr in a Japanese prison camp during World War 2. His story serves as an example of how God can use one person- limitations and all- to bring thousands to Himself.


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A W Tozer

A. W. Tozer died in 1963, but his life and spiritual legacy continue to draw many into a deeper knowledge of God. During his lifetime, Tozer pastored several Christian and Missionary Alliance churches. Missions and the deeper life in Christ were his primary focus. He also served as editor of the Alliance Life. Tozer authored more than 40 books, (at least two of which are considered classics: The Pursuit of God and Knowledge of the Holy), a tremendous accomplishment for a man who never received a formal theological education. The presence of God was his classroom, his notebooks and tools consisted of prayer, God's Word, and the writings of early Christians and theologians, the Puritans, and great men of faith. - Publisher.

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