The Last Word: Servants of All

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In encouraging other young men to come out as missionaries, do use a word of caution. One wrong-headed, conscientiously-obstinate fellow would ruin us. Humble, quiet, persevering men; men of sound, sterling talents (though, perhaps, not brilliant), of decent accomplishments, and some natural aptitude to acquire a language; men of an amiable temper, willing to take the lowest place, to be the least of all and the servants of all; men who enjoy closet religion, who live near to God, and are willing to suffer all things for Christ’s sake, without being proud of it, these are the men. But O, how unlike to this description is the writer of it.

—Adoniram Judson (1788–1850)
Missionary to Burma

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