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John G. Lake's writings from Africa : includes previously unpublished writings

Author: John G Lake; Curry R Blake
Publisher: United States : Xulon Press, [2005]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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"John G. Lake's five year tenure as a missionary in South Africa has long been shrouded in mystery and conjecture, with only a few testimonies coming from Lake's sermons as he ministered healing to hundreds of thousands later in life. In this exciting volume, you will find details concerning the death of Lake's first wife after only a few months in South Africa, the beginnings of the unprecedented revival that began  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
History
Biography
Named Person: John G Lake; John G Lake
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John G Lake; Curry R Blake
ISBN: 1597815144 9781597815147
OCLC Number: 1089451432
Notes: "The writings in this book were from or about John G. Lake during his time as a Missionary to South Africa from 1908 until 1913."
Description: xii, 196 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: compiled by Rev. Curry R. Blake.

Abstract:

"John G. Lake's five year tenure as a missionary in South Africa has long been shrouded in mystery and conjecture, with only a few testimonies coming from Lake's sermons as he ministered healing to hundreds of thousands later in life. In this exciting volume, you will find details concerning the death of Lake's first wife after only a few months in South Africa, the beginnings of the unprecedented revival that began within days of the arrival of Lake and fellow missionaries, the astounding miracles and healings that were the hallmark of the fledgling Pentecostal Movement, and a complete transcription of Lake's own African diary."--Provided by the publisher

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