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Miracles in My Life - J. N. Loughborough

Chapter 15 European

Chapter 15 European Dreams Come True During the winter of 1895-96, I dreamed night after night of being in Scandinavia with Elder Lewis Johnson, and attending camp meetings. Now, as I write these things, I do not wish to set you dreaming, but wish to show that the Lord does sometimes give us instruction in this way. At that time I already had a district assigned me, still I wanted wisdom about it. Also, I had been asked to write a book that would be translated into foreign languages, so I thought perhaps in this way I might go to Scandinavia. But I dreamed of attending camp-meetings, and the first one was held in a building instead of in tents. "Where are your tents?" I asked in my dream. They replied, "We have a commodious hall in town where we will hold the meetings." "But where is your lodging house?" 240

"O, it's off in that direction a little ways, and a very good place." The I dreamed of attending a second campmeeting, but upon going there found that this was not a camp-meeting either. They explained, "We could not get a place for a camp." We then went into a meeting-house, and found that it was constructed with boards running vertically instead of horizontally. Afterwards, I dreamed of going to a third meeting where we got into a boat, and after twisting around through a narrow channel, reached a wider body of water, then over a strip of land into another lake, and then on to the church where the meeting was held. When I attended the council meetings during the spring of 1896, and they made arrangements about the different fields, not a word was said about my going to Scandinavia, so I said to myself, "I'll just write that book as well as I can." But soon afterwards came a letter from Elder O. A. Olsen saying, "We want you to go to Scandinavia. 241

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    MIRACLES IN MY LIFE J. N. Loughboro

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    The material in this manuscript com

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    "Shall we send for a doctor?" someo

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    Chapter 1 My Early Years Many have

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    tuning fork. As he placed this to h

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    In the winter of 1837, the night af

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    allowed any water or fresh air. Whe

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    galvanic battery of copper and zinc

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    at last it came in a very peculiar

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    Chapter 2 A Time for Decision As we

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    y the reply, "I am bound for the la

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    Lord was expected, sawing wood. I f

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    and as there was to be more meeting

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    free and could say, I know that the

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    to others the precious truths I had

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    Chapter 3 Teen-Age Preacher The nei

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    preacher, they welcomed me heartily

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    ight away." As soon as I was seated

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    interested in what I preached the n

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    taken offense at my teaching of imm

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    for it completely left me. In the s

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    I prayed much about the matter. The

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    Notes: 1. Youth Instructor, Jan. 18

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    had seen in my dream, and as Elder

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    for the third angel's message, and

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    distinct sentences; yet by the clos

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    the First-day Adventists, but suppo

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    are we going to do?" I replied, "I

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    On the next Sabbath (Dec. 18) there

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    Notes: 1. Review and Herald, 2-12-1

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    further circulate our appointment.

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    there in December. During the winte

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    2,300 days. This was printed on the

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    When I reached the home of Cyrenius

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    traveling about the country with a

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    mates; one was nearsighted and the

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    seatmates, and whispering, "Just as

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    doctrine of sanctification. In the

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    he took her to the interpreter. "He

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    lakeside and there learned that the

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    Southwick. The man said, "He lives

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    given them a chance to speak. After

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    you brethren leave without taking m

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    Sabbath." They remained faithful th

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    his train, we spent the afternoon a

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    trainmen. Even more mysterious to t

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    alternately with me in that meeting

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    grounds besides those on foot and o

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    tent and wagon for New York. They a

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    Our second effort was in the city o

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    situation was told them. Through th

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    they will be at war among themselve

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    In May, 1856, Brethren Ingraham, Co

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    diminish what little money I had. A

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    Chapter 8 "What Doest Thou Here, El

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    Then she repeated the question a th

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    neighborhood turned out and broke t

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    earnest study of the matter togethe

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    Soon after reaching home, I sold my

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    "I like Elder Loughborough's preach

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    all that it was the Lord's meeting,

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    Chapter 9 Organization and the Civi

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    legally. During the summer of 1860,

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    28 to October 1, it was arranged th

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    announcing that my child is very si

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    heart and pulse are regular, but th

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    and stripes. While there, soldiers

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    opened with prayer, it did not occu

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    her arm. You can try it if you wish

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    confidence in him. It would be bett

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    it will be fatal; his eternal desti

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    Chapter 10 The Marion Rebellion In

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    entering upon any business, there b

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    seats were first taken across. Then

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    from the brain congestion, but rema

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    Michigan and found Elder White stil

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    manufacturing corporations, and suc

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    one-half years. So I left with a th

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    slumber with her little one sweetly

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    tracts do some missionary work. The

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    together and separately until the d

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    Our steamer arrived at San Francisc

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    dreamed that the two men were the o

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    dream. When he saw us coming, he sa

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    next series there, so on Nov. 4, we

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    While we were at Piner, an evangeli

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    had occurred. I saw Elder and Mrs.

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    Taking my wife along, we left befor

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    Great was the astonishment of the p

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    is not immortal!" When I made refer

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    shut the windows and doors of the s

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    Chapter 12 A Testimony Perfectly Ti

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    addressing you as The Elders at the

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    until we had sent him a copy of eve

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