Conversion changes lives

A cardiff student at the 1904 revival retells: “At the square that night I joined a crowd listening to someone speak from a platform. When I saw who it was I could hardly believe my eyes, for I knew him well, and everyone else knew him to be one of the profanest characters in the area. There he was…with sentences and verses of Scripture pouring forth from his lips. I did not know the story of his conversion but I knew of the fluency and blasphemy of his oaths previously. That sudden view of him, so fervently commending the salvation which is in Christ to the surrounding crowd, shook me.

E.Evans, The Welsh Revival of 1904, p.105

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