William J. McClure

The Inspection Of The Work By Moses

(Exodus 39:33 and 43). At last the work has been completed and the day of its inspection has come. From every part of the camp men and women come, bringing the work which they had made. All now passes under Moses’ eye, and as he notes that it has been done according to the pattern which God had showed him on the mount, he blesses the worker. What a day that was to those willing workers, who had toiled for weeks and months. Some of them doing a very lowly kind of work, the men fashion...

Note to the Second Edition

Second And Revised Edition. Note to the Second Edition. A new edition of this book having been called for, the author has carefully revised the Original Lectures. and they are now re-issued in an enlarged form and in the order in which they were delivered to large audiences in Y.M.C.A. Hall, Belfast, during his visit to the homeland in 1927-28. Kilmarnock, Scotland: John Ritchie, Ltd., Publishers of Christian Literature London: Hulbert Publishing Co., Ltd., 7 Paternoster ...

Chapter 24 Nova Scotia (1917)

In February, 1917, the United States entered into the World War, and great preparations were made for sending troops abroad. Early in June of that year, Mr. McClure came to New Bedford, Mass., for a visit. He was much exercised about going to the yearly conference in Pugwash Junction, Nova Scotia, Canada. Although he had travelled far and had also spent much time in Canada, yet he had never been to the Maritime Provinces. Having heard much of what the Lord had wrought through one of his e...

Chapter 10 More Pioneering In Tent Work

The work grew and spread. The evangelists were always seeking out some new place to publish the good news of salvation, and many interesting and some amusing events took place. In one place they had secured a hall, and a brother had printed a large notice to the effect: “Two men who were convicted and pardoned will preach the Gospel in this hall.” The notice was placed outside the door. Just as the people were gathering the first night, a tramp walked in, marched up to the front, sat dow...
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