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Hudson Taylor, the man who believed God

Marshall Broomhall

Hudson Taylor, the man who believed God

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Published by China Inland Mission in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taylor, James Hudson, -- 1832-1905,
  • Missionaries -- China -- Biography,
  • Missions -- China

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marshall Broomhall.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 244 p. :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13526332M
    OCLC/WorldCa27401604

    Hudson Taylor was known as a man of prayer, just as he learned the power of prayer through his mother and sister. Also known as a “man of faith,” he would respond that he was “only a servant of a faithful God.” Hudson Taylor died on June 3, and was buried in Changsha, Hunan. Read J. Hudson Taylor ’s biography, works and quotes online for free. offers the most comprehensive collection of books and writings by J. Hudson Taylor.


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The most remarkable feature of this book is the faith of Hudson Taylor. In the midst of incredible adversity this man abandoned himself to Jesus and the promises of Scripture.

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The Man Who Believed God: The Story of Hudson Taylor by Marshall Broomhall (, first edition) Missionaries and their stories are familiar to me.

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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Hudson Taylor is one of the most remarkable of Christianity's heroes. A gawky, determined Yorkshire boy of commonplace origins, mediocre education, and uncertain health, Hudson Taylor lived in the assurance that under God's direction he would someday evangelize China'ssouls.

Today he is remembered both as the founder of the world-famous China Inland Mission and one of history's. Hudson Taylor: The Man Who Believed God Audible Audiobook – Unabridged Marshall Broomhall (Author), Frederick Davidson (Narrator), Blackstone Audio, Inc.

/5(4). James Hudson Taylor is the father of modern missions and a man full of faith and the Holy Spirit, completely sold out to God. a ferocious faith that believed that God would indeed fulfill promises in His Word. Written by the missionary's son and daughter-in-law, this book is intended for Christians who need and will long need only the inner.

Only by the grace of God would a man risk and lose so much for God's will on earth. Hudson often said he wished to be an example of what great things God can do through very small people.

There is no doubt that is exactly what Hudson Taylor was. My newest book, Rome's Audacious Claim, was. We pray that the memorable quotations from Hudson Taylor shared below are an encouragement to you in your pursuit and service of God.

The 15 Best James Hudson Taylor Quotes “God uses men who are weak and feeble enough to lean on him.” — J. Hudson Taylor “Do not have your concert first, and then tune your instrument afterwards. Taylor was born on 21 May the son of a chemist and Methodist lay preacher James Taylor and his wife, Amelia (Hudson), but as a young man he ran away from the Christian beliefs of his 17, after reading an evangelistic tract pamphlet entitled "Poor Richard", he professed faith in Christ, and in Decemberhe committed himself to going to China as a missionary.

In Septembera little three-masted clipper slipped quietly out of Liverpool harbor with Hudson Taylor, a gaunt and wild-eyed year-old missionary, aboard.

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ID Numbers Open Library OLM ISBN 10 ISBN 13 OCLC/WorldCat Lists containing this Book. Loading Related Books. History Created Decem ; 3 revisions; Download catalog record: RDF /. A spiritual biography of the "father of modern missions,"Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret poses one question: What empowered Hudson Taylor's ministry in China.

The answer is unfolded in these pages. Written by Taylor's son and daughter-in-law, it shows us a man with fierce faith who believed that God truly would fuflill all He promises in Scripture.

The most remarkable feature of this book is the faith of Hudson Taylor. In the midst of incredible adversity this man abandoned himself to Jesus and the promises of Scripture.

He rested soley on the provision of God, letting no man know his need/5. James Hudson Taylor is the "father of modern missions" and a man full of faith and the Holy Spirit, completely sold out to God.

He is a man of high energy, who denies self and is known for his humility, organizational skills and even more for his life of prayer. He lives from and is. A spiritual biography of the "father of modern missions," Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret poses the question: What empowered Hudson Taylor's ministry in China.

The answer: a fierce faith that believed God truly would fulfill the promises in His Word. Written by the missionary statesman's son and daughter-in-law, this book is intended for Christians who "need and long for just the inward joy 4/5(9).

The amazing life story of Hudson Taylor explores the challenges of one man's life in Christ. Driven by a deep concern for those without Jesus, and having an unshakable confidence in the faithfulness of God, Taylor moved to China at just /5(18). Arthur Glasser says it best in his book "J.

Hudson Taylor--God's man in China". "In the first place, Hudson Taylor was ambitious without being proud. His ambition was nothing less than 'to evangelize all China, to preach Christ to all its people by any and all means that come to hand.'Significantly, God largely granted him his heart's desire.

Marshall Broomhall [], Hudson Taylor. The Man Who Believed God. London: China Inland Mission, Hbk. pp [Click to download the complete book in PDF] Contents. Foreword. Part I: Birth and Call AET 1 – The Man Who Believed God 2 – Face to Face with God 3 – A Godly Heritage 4 – A Man Sent from God 5.

James Hudson Taylor had a big and compassion heart for the people from China. He gave up everything he had here in the U.S for the peolpe in China to tell them about God who God truly loved them and how much they mean to him.

He tought them that God gave his bloode for them in the cross. James Hudson Taylor had a deep heart for china/5(51). Marshall Broomhall has 26 books on Goodreads with ratings. Marshall Broomhall’s most popular book is Hudson Taylor: Man Who Believed God.

Hudson Taylor believed that only by fervent prayer could the cold hearts of Christians be fanned into a flame of concern on behalf of a lost world for which Christ died. After some years of unwearied labors, the servant of God found himself beset by a period of manifold disappointments and severe sorrows.

Hudson Taylor and China’s Open Century: Assault On The Nine. London: Hodder and Stoughton, _____. Hudson Taylor and China’s Open Century: It Is Not Death To Die.

London: Hodder and Stoughton, Broomhall, Marshall. Hudson Taylor, the Man Who Believed God. Philadelphia: China Inland Mission, Pollock, John Charles.

From Hudson Taylor: The Man Who Believed God by Marshall Broomhall. London; Philadelphia: The China Inland Mission, >> More Hudson Taylor. Hudson Taylor is one of the most remarkable of Christianity\'s heroes. A gawky, determined Yorkshire boy of commonplace origins, mediocre education, and uncertain health, Hudson Taylor lived in the assurance that under God\'s direction he would someday evangelize China\'ssouls.

Born in Yorkshire, England, Died at Chang-Sha, China, June 3, The opening chapter of J. Hudson Taylor's Retrospect of his work in China, is entitled "The Power of Prayer;" and that chapter, with the other contents of the book, reveals such reverent attention to the voice of God that it seemed to partake of the atmosphere which the angels breathe as they execute the Father's.

FREDERICK HOWARD TAYLOR () was a British missionary to China and the son, James Hudson Taylor, the founder of China Inland Mission. He completed his diploma at the Royal London Hospital in Howard and his wife, GERALDINE, wrote several books about his father¿s ministry and their own experiences in INE TAYLOR () was born in London and as a.

Hudson Taylor is one of the most remarkable of Christianity's heroes. A gawky, determined Yorkshire boy of commonplace origins, mediocre education, and uncertain health, Hudson Taylor lived in the assurance that under God's direction he would someday evangelize China's million souls.

The inspiring story of one man's love for God and his unflinching commitment to present the Gospel of Christ to the usly published under the title To China With Love, this book recounts the thrilling story of Hudson Taylor and the eventual formation of the China Inland Taylor left England on Septemand did not reach China until spring of the following.

The answer is unfolded in these pages. Written by Taylor's son and daughter-in-law, it shows us a man with fierce faith who believed that God truly would fuflill all He promises in Scripture.

For Christians longing for the inward joy and power that Hudson Taylor had, they can find the secret to it here. Hudson Taylor () was an English missionary to China.

Founded the China Inland Mission, which at his death included mission stations with over missionaries, andChinese Christians. His work was truly extraordinary. Enjoy reading about what God. 2 Marshall Broomhall, Hudson Taylor: The Man Who Believed God (London: CIM, ), p.

3 John Stevenson, China's Millions (September ), p. 4 Lauren Pfister, ‘Re-thinking Mission in China: James Hudson Taylor and Timothy Richard’, Currents in World Christianity, Position Paper 68 (Cambridge ), p.

Marshall B. Broomhall,was a British Christian missionary to China with the China Inland Mission. Chinese form of his name: 海恩波 Broomhall authored many books on the subject of Chinese missionary work.

He was the fifth of ten children, and became the most famous son of his parents, the anti-opium trade activist and General Secretary of the China Inland Mission, Benjamin /5(8).

A spiritual biography of the "father of modern missions," Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret poses the question: What empowered Hudson Taylor's ministry in China. The answer: a fierce faith that believed God truly would fulfill the promises in His Word.

Written by the missionary statesman's son and daughter-in-law, this book is intended for Christians who "need and long for just the inward joy. Hudson Taylor's short autobiography ought to be required reading in any study of ic. Protestant. Evangelical. Charismatic.

Everyone who is Christian and desires to serve God either through overseas missions, or in their own hometown will be inspiried to read of Taylor's humble heart and gracious could be considered a case study in prayer.

Hudson Taylor is known for his unwavering faith and his devotional life. On this, see Marshall Broomhall’s stirring Hudson Taylor: The Man Who Believed God (), Virgil Robinson’s Hudson Taylor: Man of Faith (), and Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret () by Dr. and Mrs.

Howard Taylor. Marshall B. Broomhall (Chinese: 海恩波; 17 July – 24 October ), was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China with the China Inland also authored many books on the subject of Chinese missionary work.

He was the most famous son (the fifth of ten children) of the anti-opium trade activist and General Secretary of the CIM Benjamin Broomhall and Amelia Hudson Taylor. The inspiring story of one man's love for God and his unflinching commitment to present the Gospel of Christ to the usly published under the title To China With Love, this book recounts the thrilling story of Hudson Taylor and the eventual formation of the China Inland Taylor left England on Septemand did not reach China until spring of the following 4/5(1).Taylor went on to tell his guests for the first time about the true and living God who gave His only Son that whoever believed in Him might not perish but have everlasting life.

Hudson worked tirelessly for his cause and became well loved and respected for his dedication and willingness to give his time to people/5(3).Broomhall, A. J. Hudson Taylor & China's Open 1: Barbarians at the Gates ().Book 2: Over the Treaty Wall (). Book 3: If I Had a Thousand Lives ().All published by London: Hodder and Stoughton, and Overseas Missionary Fellowship.

(Three more volume are yet to come to complete a monumental study of the life and times of Hudson Taylor.).