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James Gilmour Of Mongolia

His Diaries, Letters And Reports
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Tells of the work, tears, prayers, and sacrifice of James Gilmour among the much-loved Chinese and Mongolia. All disciples of Christ should read and meditate on this book and go forth and James Gilmour Of Mongolia book the same commands as Gilmour obeyed/5(5). Tells of the work, tears, prayers, and sacrifice of James Gilmour among the much-loved Chinese and Mongolia.

All disciples of Christ should read and meditate on this book and go forth and obey the same commands as Gilmour obeyed/5(3). James Gilmour biographies, Scottish pioneer missionary to Mongolia. James Gilmour () was a Scottish missionary to Mongolia who made lonely, heroic efforts to preach the gospel to a people steeped in Lamaist forms of Buddhism; spending summers with nomadic Mongols on the plains of Mongolia and winters with Mongols in Peking.

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Rating: ★★★★★ Who: James Gilmour, pioneer missionary in China and Mongolia. Richard Lovett arranged these memoirs using Gilmour's journals in the year after Gilmour's death. When: Gilmour was active in the mission field from until his death in China in Where: Gilmour spends much of the book training and equipping in northern China.

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Chicago, Student Missionary. James Gilmour, Scottish pioneer missionary to Mongolia biography. It was on Februthat James Gilmour set sail from Liverpool on the steamer Dronied for the scene of his labours as a missionary to the Mongolians, under the auspices of the London Missionary Society.

For twenty years he toiled amongst the people to whom he was sent—not a long time, perhaps, for a man to accomplish.

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PRESENTATION COPY - Illustrated with 50 wood-engraved plates and woodcuts in-text. Gilmour's account of his Missionary work in Mongolia which occupied almost 15 years of his life. James Gilmour [ - ] was Scottish missionary & preacher who first went into the Mongolian desert in & was on his way back there when he died of Typhus in Tanjin in Gilmour first entered Mongolia.

Rating: ★★★★★ Who: James Gilmour, pioneer missionary in China and Mongolia. Richard Lovett arranged these memoirs using Gilmour’s journals in the year after Gilmour’s death.

When: Gilmour was active in the mission field from until his death in China in Where: Gilmour spends much of the book training and equipping in northern China before making various excursions into.James Gilmour was a lifetime missionary in Mongolia.

Though he suffered bereavement and isolation in a remote field, his writings on the missionary call show that he gave his life to Mongolia willingly and steadfastly, not under the compulsion of some emotional experience.Richard Lovett’s biography of James Gilmour [], missionary to Mongolia is now available on-line as a pdf.

Note that there are several errors in the pagination of this book, giving the (incorrect) impression that there are pages missing.