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Don’t Limit God

Martha said to Jesus, “Lord....I know that whatever you ask from God, God will give you.” Jesus said to her,...



Death of Anna Hinderer, aged forty-three. She had served as a missionary in Nigeria until ill-health forced her to return to England. There, despite suffering, she continued to work among factory girls and children of the poor.

Authority for the date: Moore, Henry Charles. Noble Deeds of the World's Heroines.


On the day of his sister’s marriage, blind parson George Matheson experiences deep mental suffering, and writes his beloved hymn, “O Love that wilt not let me go.”

Authority for the date: Terry, Lindsay. Heart-Warming Hymn Stories.


Death in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, of John Williamson Nevin, a staunchly Calvinist theologian, who had opposed nineteenth-century revivalism, believing it was too individualistic and did not uphold the historic confessions of the church.

Authority for the date: Britannica


Li Chouzi, an ardent, soul-winning Christian girl, and all the other Chinese Christians of her village are hacked to death by revolutionaries known as Boxers.

Authority for the date: Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity.


Death of Bishop Joseph A. Beebe of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church (now known as the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church) after preaching the gospel fifty-two years and serving the church thirty-five years as a bishop.

Authority for the date: Phillips, C. H. The History of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church in America.


Harold Wildish boards the Amakura, bound for South America. He had received word to fill the place of an ailing missionary but had only one British pound in money. He went upstairs and spread the letter out before the Lord, saying, “You know what I need.” Next morning, he received a check in the mail for twenty-five pounds. “But I must have thirty-five,” he prayed. The next day he received another letter from the same person. “I could not sleep last night thinking of you. I believe you must need the additional enclosed ten pounds.”

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Christian brothers, Zaher Kamel, a doctor, and Maher Kamel, a high school teacher, are gunned down by Muslim radicals in Qena, Upper Egypt.

Authority for the date: Bistawros, Baheg T. The Coptic Christians of Egypt Today: Under Threat of Annihilation.

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