Dumbarton (1874)

The work here still goes steadily on. The waters are rising, rising, quietly but surely. We had a blessed meeting on Sabbath evening. Mr Brownlow North spoke with great power from "Wilt thou go with this man?" He visited a second meeting, which only those were to remain who were ready to pledge themselves to go with this Man, ie., those already believers, or who were prepared now to become such, by simple acceptance of Christ's proposal of everlasting espousal. We could barely believe our eyes when between three and four hundred returned to the church. It was a sweet and solemn season, and the words spoken by Mr North singularly encouraging and appropriate. About a third of the number were the young of both sexes, say from twelve up to twenty-four years of age.

"The Christian," July 23rd, 1874.


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