Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret Themes

Hudson Taylor
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Drawing On God's Wealth for Every Need

When Hudson Taylor first accepts Christ's "finished work," he hungers for God's best. He realizes that there is nothing he can do to add to the work, but hungers to know what his part of Christ's work is. It is this hunger and leaving behind of self that leads him to draw on God's wealth for every need. This theme runs throughout the book as Hudson sets the personal spiritual challenge to learn how to depend on God's resources in everyday life circumstances in a practical way. When he moves to Hull to assist Dr. Hardey, he decides to move to the less-desirable neighborhood of Drainside, where he lives in a twelve-square-foot, rented room without amenities, as he prepares to go into the mission field. His focus is on prayer and faith rather than the money needed for mission work, and he...

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