On the Trail of Livingstone

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0816338205

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David Livingstone, physician, missionary, explorer, geographer and lover of humanity devoted his life to teaching about the love of God and opened the continent of Africa for many missionaries to follow. He endured great hardships and died on his knees in prayer at Ilala village in Zambia.           

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David Livingstone, physician, missionary, explorer, geographer and lover of humanity. From 1840 to 1873, he devoted his life to teaching the "heathen" of the "Dark Continent" about the love of God. He devotedly endured great hardships and died on his knees in prayer at Ilala village (Zambia). Livingstone opened the continent for many missionaries to follow. After he died, his converts carried his body to the coast, whence it was shipped to England and laid among England's mighty dead at Westminster Abby. Read of his labors, trials. hardships, blessings, successes and follow the "Trail of Livingstone".            

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Item Format Paperback
Page Count 164
Language English
Year Published 2013
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