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Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret (Moody Classics) Paperback – June 1, 2009
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From the Back Cover
God Will Meet Your Every Need!
It is possible to live a life that is totally dependent on Christ for everything. The many miraculous answers to prayer that missionary Hudson Taylor experienced are exciting testimonies of God's gracious provision. His life illustrates:
––What is needed to endure trials
––How faith is strengthened
––How to rely on the promises of God
––The rewards of sacrifice and perseverance
––How to discern God's purpose for your life
Through Hudson Taylor's example, discover how you, too, can overcome hardships, experience miracles, and enjoy a life of contagious faith and joy. By following scriptural principles, you can know the fulfillment of God's perfect will for your life.
"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee; because he trusteth in thee."
(Isaiah 26:3) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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This book details the development of Hudson Taylor's faith from his teenage conversion to his last day on earth. One of the highlights for me involved reading about how Taylor grew to understand faith in everyday decisions, such as even doing without butter and milk, before God could guide him to the next step. Another involved learning how Hudson Taylor had to experience his own time in a "cave" (see 1 Samuel 22:1-2) before emerging as the great missions leader we celebrate today. Perhaps most inspiring for me was the record of Taylor's paralysis experience in 1874-1875, when he maintained his focus and determinedly kept up with his mounting correspondence through dictating to others.
This book is not as neatly written as I would have liked. Also, I must agree with what has previously been written about the Kindle edition.
However, this work did succeed in inspiring me to grow in my prayer life and seek the life of faith and perseverance that Hudson Taylor demonstrated in the most trying of circumstances.