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    To me the soul of an Indian seemed as precious as the soul of an Englishman, and the Gospel as much for the Chinese as for the European.
    — James Gilmour
    tags: soul  gospel 
     
    This command seems to me to be strictly a missionary injunction, and, as far as I can see, those to whom it was first delivered regarded it in that light, so that, apart altogether from choice and other lower reasons, my going forth is a matter of obedience to a plain command; and in place of seeking to assign a reason for going abroad, I would prefer to say that I have failed to discover any reason why I should stay at home.
    — James Gilmour
    tags: choice 
     
    ...in place of seeking a reason for going abroad, I would prefer to say that I have failed to discover any reason why I should stay at home.
    — James Gilmour
    But I go out as a missionary not that I may follow the dictates of common sense, but that I may obey that command of Christ, 'Go into all the world and preach.' He who said 'preach,' said also, 'Go ye into and preach,' and what Christ hath joined together let not man put asunder.
    — James Gilmour
    tags: men  world  christ 
     
    I thought it reasonable that I should seek the work where the work was the most abundant and the workers fewest.
    — James Gilmour
    tags: work  thoughts 
     
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