This dramatic and stirring collection of testimonies is an everlasting tribute to the reality of a powerful God who responds to the prayers of His believers. Serving with her husband, Jonathan, on the front lines of China's Boxer Rebellion at the dawn of the twentieth century, Rosalind Goforth was an eyewitness of how the mighty hand of God responds to prayer in miraculous ways during times of intense struggle. This timeless Christian classic stands as a challenge for all believers to never give up reliance on God in prayer, no matter how great the obstacles.
This dramatic and stirring collection of testimonies is an everlasting tribute to the reality of a powerful God who responds to the prayers of His believers.
Rosalind Goforth (1864And#8212;1942) was born in England before moving to Montreal, Canada, with her parents at the age of three. Growing up, Rosalind intended to follow her father as an artist until she met and married Presbyterian missionary Jonathan Goforth. Together, they became the foremost missionaries to China and Manchuria in the twentieth century. They had eleven children, five of whom died as babies or young children. Rosalind died in Toronto, Canada, and is buried beside her husband.