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365 DAYS WITH WILBERFORCE HB

365 DAYS WITH WILBERFORCE HB
A collection of daily readings from the writings of William Wilberforce - the 'friend of humanity' William Wilberforce (1759-1833) led t...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9781846250583
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Publisher: DAYONE PUBLICATIONS
Author: BELMONTE KEVIN
 
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A collection of daily readings from the writings of William Wilberforce - the 'friend of humanity'.

William Wilberforce (1759-1833) led the twenty-year fight to abolish the British slave trade. He championed medical aid for the poor, prison rehabilitation, education for the deaf and restrictions on child labour. Wilberforce found 'nothing more effectual than private prayer, and the serious perusal of the New Testament.' He maintained: 'All may be done through prayer, almighty prayer.' He insisted that 'in the calmness of the morning, before the mind is heated and wearied by the turmoil of the day, you have a season of unusual importance for communing with God and with yourself.' He seized upon such opportunities, believing: 'God will prosper me better if I wait on him.
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