The Coming of the Saints
By easy walking stages on land and by sailing ships or strong sailing and rowing boats at sea — such as you may pass to-day as you steam down the Mediterranean — the Saints came journeying from Palestine in the first days of the Christian era. Strangers and pilgrims, with few or none to notice and keep record of their wanderings, they came to distant countries and to strange peoples. They wandered about, being often ” destitute, afflicted, and tormented (of whom the world was not worthy).
They wandered in deserts and in mountains,” and they sheltered ” in dens and caves of the earth.”
We know this because something like it has been the almost invariable experience of missionary pioneers through all the succeeding ages.
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