John Newton. Charles Simeon and William Wilberforce suffered lifelong opposition and endured for the causes of gospel truth, missionary zeal and political justice. They found, in solid doctrine and joy the roots for habitual tenderness in response to their adversaries-without doctrinal or moral flinching. The are examples of remarkable grace. Here are the lives of three great men and focuses on not only how they endured great opposition, but that they did so without bitterness.
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Date:May 11, 2010
The book by Piper on Newton, Simeon, and Wilberforce is a commentary of faithful servants of the Lord who were opposed throughout their ministry yet endured to the end. This should be an encouragement to anyone serving today that is suffering opposition. Rev. Dr. William Curtis