John Wigham

John Wigham

John Wigham (1749-1839) had strong desires raised in his heart to be the Lord’s servant when only eight years old, and feeling that he could not serve Him acceptably without being preserved from evil, he began then to implore the Lord to purify his heart and to make him a useful vessel in His house. After marrying, and beginning to travel in the work of the ministry, he and his wife felt impressed of the Lord to move their family (of seven children) from England to Scotland, where he served the declining church for the remainder of his long and fruitful life, dying in Aberdeen at the age of 91.

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John Wigham (1749-1839) had strong desires raised in his heart to be the Lord’s servant when only eight years old, and feeling that he could not serve Him acceptably without being preserved from evil, he began then to implore the Lord to purify his heart and to make him a useful vessel in His house. After marrying, and beginning to travel in the work of the ministry, he and his wife felt impressed of the Lord to move their family (of seven children) from England to Scotland, where he served the declining church for the remainder of his long and fruitful life, dying in Aberdeen at the age of 91.

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Journal of John Wigham
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Journal of John Wigham

John Wigham

Journal of John Wigham

A journal of the life, gospel labors, and religious experiences of John Wigham, chiefly written by himself; to which are added some biographical comments and concluding remarks by his son, Anthony Wigham.

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