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What is that makes recalling of past experiences stick? If you were the preacher in gospel meetings and knew that someone attending night by night, listening, yet was armed with the means of your death, could you carry on? Read all about it happening in a hayshed at Growell, County Down as the preachers met the enemy head on.
You may be more favourable to learning of some of the audience responding to the words of a hymn as it is sung, at a cottage meeting in a room on the County Down Coast.
Would it be a good tent site in present day standards to use a glen, – surounded by few, if any? Yet it would be excellent when around 60 new believers are learning to sing the praises of the Lord who redeemed them.
So when these believers in the Lord Jesus Christ ask to be baptised into His death the only place to do it, for God and His people is a frozen dam. These new believers are undeterred at the price – many have already been religious, but only found satisfacton believing the gospel message.
How about meetings in County Antrim lasting a week, by which time a new assembly of believers is baptised by Saturday? On Lord’s Day they were occupied with the Lord’s death and resurrection, in Breaking Bread and continuing a testimony for Him, as they practised the Scriptural order. These stories are waiting to be told, of God working in Ireland.