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284 – Oct. 11 – This Day in Baptist History Past

He kept walking for Jesus 1833 – John Clark went to be with the Lord having preached his last sermon   Sept. 22nd in St. Louis County, Missouri. He was born near Inverness, Scotland on Nov. 29, 1758. At twenty he went to sea and on the second one out he served on was a pirate ship. Next he was the…

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257 – Sept. 14 – This Day in Baptist History Past

This Day in Baptist History Past He Baptized Over 1500 Souls 1840 – Rev. Robert T. Daniel went to be with the Lord just months after his wife, Penelope Cain Flowers had finished her earthly sojourn. His last words were, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.” He was born on June 10, 1773, in Middlesex County, Virginia, the fifth son of…

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206 – July 25 – This Day in Baptist History Past

Christ’s Ambassador to the West Washington would be called the “Father of America,” but John Mason Peck would be known “God’s Ambassador to the Mississippi Valley.” He was born on Oct. 21, 1789 and in 1807 began teaching school. In 1809 he married Sally Paine, who proved to be an ideal wife for the pioneering life that God had in…

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