George Fox, " The unshakable Shaker" was born in Fenny Drayton, Leicestershire, in 1624. Apprenticed to a Nottingham shoemaker, Fox had a divine revelation that inspired him to preach a gospel of brotherly love.~"was the first that called us Quakers, because I bade them tremble at the word of the Lord". Eventually members of the Society of Friends became known as Quakers. Fox continued as a travelling preacher until his death in 1691. BIBLE IN MY LANGUAGE
Being a human angel does not require wings — just a willing and ready heart. In our lives, we can often feel heaven reaching out to help us — either by angels or human angels who have been sent to help us.
this is my life verse. the tenses are not actually passive. In the greek it woul be read as thus- Ask and keep on asking, and it will be give to you; seek and keep on seeking, and you will find; knock and keep on knocking and the door will open...
William Carey 1761-1834 Father of modern Protestant missions.Carey was impressed with early Moravian missionaries and was increasingly dismayed at his fellow Protestants' lack of missions interest, in 1792 he organized a missionary society, and at its inaugural meeting preached a sermon with the call, "Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God!" Within a year, Carey, John Thomas (a former surgeon), and Carey's family were on a ship headed for India.