Richard Davies (1635–1708) was a man who desperately sought after Truth from his earliest days, and became the first Welshmen to be convinced of the principles preached by the Early Quakers. Through many hardships (beatings, mockings, long imprisonments, etc.) he grew up in the Lord and became an eminent minister in the Society of Friends, being so filled with the Lord’s humility and love that even his enemies respected and admired him.

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The Journal of Richard Davies
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The Journal of Richard Davies

Richard Davies

The Journal of Richard Davies

by: Richard Davies

Richard Davies (1635–1708) was a man who desperately sought after Truth from his earliest days, and became the first Welshmen to be convinced of the principles preached by the Early Quakers. Through many hardships (beatings, mockings, long imprisonments, etc.) he grew up in the Lord and became an eminent minister in the Society of Friends, being so filled with the Lord’s humility and love that even his enemies respected and admired him.

  • Richard Davies
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  • 2 chapters
  • 132 pages
  • Language: English

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