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Date added: 12/13/2012 Kingsley Press Reprints an Old Classic: Memoirs of David Stoner

David Stoner was an early Wesleyan Methodist preacher who has been likened to David Brainerd. He was converted as a boy and began preaching to his friends and associates. He quickly grew in Christlikeness and Christian maturity and became a zealous soul-winner. His memoir will challenge you to a deeper prayer life and to a more careful walk with God. Stoner died at the young age of 32.

Oswald J. Smith, in his soul-stirring book, The Revival We Need, wrote the following: “Have been reading the diary of David Stoner. How I thank God for it! He is another Brainerd. Have been much helped, but how ashamed and humble I feel as I read it! Oh, how he thirsted and searched after God! How he agonized and travailed! And he died at 32.”

Get your copy of Memoirs of David Stoner now. I guarantee you will be spiritually enriched!

 

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