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always needed the man who could see visions, and the race will be poor indeed when those to whom the definite promise of seeing visions was made let their spiritual eyesight become clouded. It was visionary in a high and holv sense. It was the vision of the man who waits at the posts of Godas doors, and hears when he calls, aWhom shall we send, and who will go for us?a From Paul at Troas to Thoburn in London may seem a far cry to some, but who will say that it was not by the same Spirit that both were led to see the vision of needed help in nations yet unblessed with the pure Word of redemption?
Bishop Thoburn, after a few7 days, returned to the United States, and, with others like-minded, did all in his power to stir the Church to a sense of her duty to give the gospel to the Filipino people. Two other persons now come into view in the commitment of large sections of the Protestant community in the United States to a missionary beginning in the Philippines. These are, in the order of time, Dr. Arthur J. Brown, Foreign Secretary of the Presbyterian Missionary S07 ciety, and Dr. George F. Pentecost. Dr. Brown stirred up the society of which he was secretary to take action.
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