Missionary to India and Persia in the early 19th century, Henry Martyn was an intellectually gifted and humble individual who kept detailed journals on his courageous life of service to God. This volume brings together Martyn’s journals, arranged in tandem with his letters, to tell a compelling biographical narrative of his life as student, chaplain, missionary, and Bible translator. Entries frequently reveal a modest man who clung tenaciously to God’s providence and love amidst striving against sin and pursuing ministry endeavors. Though tragically dying at the age of thirty-one, Martyn’s life and work brought him great renown in the church at large and distinction in his missionary work.
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Rev Jim Jennifer Bowers