When the revival came to this district, one of its first fruits was a well known young man. This young man died shortly afterwards and his dying testimony with its joyful assurance, serene, calm and earnest entreaty for others, did much to spread the awakening in the district. His funeral was transformed into a mighty revival conference, and lasting impressions were made upon the multitude who attended.

'The '59 Revival' by Ian Paisley, page 57.

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