William Edmundson (1627—1712) is generally considered to be both the first and the most distinguished member of Society of Friends in Ireland. He was convinced of the truth in 1653 by the powerful preaching of James Nayler, and spent over 50 years traveling and suffering for its promotion in the earth. Before the Lord he was meek and submissive, but before the enemies of truth he was as bold as a lion, fearlessly “manifesting the truth to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.” His life was fraught with persecutions and prisons, being often reviled and abused for his obedience to Christ. But through all he remained faithful, and was preserved in strength of body and mind to a good old age, tirelessly serving the church and bearing much fruit to the end of his days.

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The Journal of William Edmundson
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The Journal of William Edmundson

William Edmundson

The Journal of William Edmundson

by: William Edmundson

William Edmundson (1627—1712) is generally considered to be both the first and the most distinguished member of Society of Friends in Ireland. He was convinced of the truth in 1653 by the powerful preaching of James Nayler, and spent over 50 years traveling and suffering for its promotion in the earth. Before the Lord he was meek and submissive, but before the enemies of truth he was as bold as a lion, fearlessly “manifesting the truth to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.” His life was fraught with persecutions and prisons, being often reviled and abused for his obedience to Christ. But through all he remained faithful, and was preserved in strength of body and mind to a good old age, tirelessly serving the church and bearing much fruit to the end of his days.

  • William Edmundson
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  • 33 chapters
  • 290 pages
  • Language: English

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