singing sistersDescription: This picture is of the "singing sisters" who accompanied Evan Roberts as he ministered. There is a violation of law which brings physical weakness; a violation of law which brings intellectual weakness; a violation of law which brings spiritual weakness. DIVINE LAWS ARE NO RESPECTERS OF PERSON. They only smile on those who respect them; a frown only for the transgressor. Violated and transgressed law will have its revenge. Human laws may sometimes be violated and the transgressor escape unpunished. But this cannot, and never does, happen concerning divine laws. When violated the man may be unseen by human eyes, but the law is never asleep, and will immediately chain the transgressor to her prison, and keep him there until he has made full recompense, to the uttermost farthing; not the round sum, but the exact and precise sum. Not unto poverty, but unto satisfaction. Not until the man be penniless, but unto uttermost propitiation. SIN MAY BE COVERED FROM MAN, BUT NOT FROM LAW.
singing sisters 02Description: This picture is of the "singing sisters" who accompanied Evan Roberts as he ministered. Â“When I am weak then I am strong.Â” Not that he cultivated weakness. His own weakness was the occasion for divine assistance. The infusion of Satanic strength into a human being generally ends in his being marked by great weakness. Deterioration of strength sets in after transgression of law. Neither of the last named were faults of the Apostle Paul. His WEAKNESS WAS THE RESULT OF GREAT SPIRIT BURDEN Â— burdens for the Church; battlings with the Jews, wrestlings with evil spirits; tackling difficulties. Made weak through these, but clothed with divine strength to meet the facing and oncoming work and burden.
Sir Francis Younghusband 01Description: A picture of Sir Francis Younghusband. This was a Revival with youth on fire Â– young men, yes and women. After the first stirrings amongst the young women of New Quay, young women continued to play a part in the Revival work Â– young Florrie went on a team to North Wales with her friend Maud Â– others used their voices as instruments of GodÂ’s message and amongst the most well known was Annie Davies Maesteg who accpomanied Evan Roberts on his missions.
Sir Francis Younghusband 02Description: People were changed in so many ways. The crime rate dropped, drunkards were reformed, pubs reported losses in trade. Bad language disappeared and never returned to the lips of many Â– it was reported that the pit ponies failed to understand their born again colliers who seemed to speak the new language of Zion Â– without curse and blasphemy Â– even football and rugby became uninteresting in the light of new joy and direction received by the Converts.
Sydney EvansDescription: Evans close friend and fellow student at Newcastle Emlyn. He too came to experience a deeper Christian walk while at the college and witnessed the spiritual struggles of Evan. He was powerfully used during the revival and similar to other revivalists travelled all over Wales conducting meetings. He too was accompanied by a team of other youth who took part in the services. After the revival he went into full time Christian service eventually becoming the principal of a Theological College in India. He also married Evans sister Mary.
THE BRITISH MONTHLYDescription: The British Monthly was a popular magazine at the turn of the 20th century, employed to promote Christian interest in evangelical faith, evangelism and missionary work. This particular edition includes a valuable early report (Feb. 1905) on the Welsh Revival by Rev. H. Elvet Lewis.
THE STORY OF THE WELSH REVIVALDescription: In this book we are taken to the heart of the Welsh Revival through a variety of eyewitness reports penned by some well-known ministers and writers of the day. It includes a sketch of Evan Roberts and his Â‘Message to the World.Â’ Published in 1905 these pages helped fan the flame of authentic revival to many other locations around the globe
THE SUNDAY STRAND & HOME MAGAZINEDescription: The Sunday Strand was always a very popular Christian Magazine during the early 20th century carrying an array of teaching, biographical, evangelistic and related materials. This edition included two articles on the Welsh Revival by George T. B. Davis. The first presents Dr. TorreyÂ’s views on Revival. Torrey was one of the worldÂ’s foremost evangelists of the day and, clearly, his views were deemed important.
THE WELSH EVANGELISTDescription: This edition of Â“The Welsh EvangelistÂ” was the first of this new monthly magazine spawned by the Welsh Revival. Although it was dedicated to furthering the general work of the Gospel in Wales this first edition understandable carries eight separate articles on revival, six referencing the Welsh revival and two concentrating on advances in Scotland.
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Welsh CountrysideDescription: For years Evan had been a faithful member of Moriah Calvinistic Methodist church at Loughor, he was a Sunday School Superintendent, a consciencious reader of the main theological works of his day, and more than that he had been praying for revival for over 11 years. Having been converted as a young teenager, he continued to pray regularly that God would visit again the nation in Revival Power. Determined to do his part, he felt compelled to go into the Calvinistic Methodist Ministry and on September 13th 1904 he became a pupil of the Newcastle Emlyn Grammar School to prepare for Trefecca Theological College
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