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Judson of Burma

Bertie Reginald Pearn

Judson of Burma

by Bertie Reginald Pearn

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Published by Edinburgh House Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judson, Adoniram, 1788-1850.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    Statementby B. R. Pearn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV3271.J7 P36
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4772394M
    LC Control Number78210703

    Ann Hasseltine Judson (): Teacher, translator, author and first missionary wife of Adoniram Judson, she was the first American woman missionary to go overseas. Born Decem , in Bradford, Massachusetts, Ann became a Christian at sixteen, studied at Bradford Academy, and taught school for several years. JUDSON OF BURMA [Harry Foster] TO the East of India and next door to China there lies the large country of Burma. Missionary work is no longer possible there, but there are many Christians, and it is now years since the Gospel was first taken to that land. The man most responsible was Adoniram Judson.

      - Version of A. Judson This is the last book of the New Testament book called Revelations, translated into the Burmese [Burma - Myanmar] Language. This is an Edition of from the s, which is a reprint of the earlier edition by Judson. The translation was by A Judson. The chapter titles were later added by Rev. E.A Stevens. ADONIRAM JUDSON 2 to be exact—and take a peek into his cradle. It was not an expensive or luxurious one, but it was comfortable enough and it served our little hero quite as well as a more elegant one. It became a part of the furnishings of the home of Rev. Adoniram Judson, pastor of the Congregational Church in Malden, Mass., early inFile Size: 4MB.

    Never mind that America had no foreign missionary societies—he would help start one. Let the British kick him out of India—he would take his good news to Burma. Tear him from wife and child, lock him up in a filthy prison, beat him, starve him—nothing could deter Adoniram Judson from his mission. He would blaze a trail for the gospel through the pagan wilderness, or die trying. - Explore gr8tcommission's board "ADONIRAM JUDSON" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Burmese language, William wilberforce and Mission quotes pins.


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Adoniram Judson Bound for Burma As America's foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson thirsted to see the Good News brought to the shrouded land of Burma. His thirst would be quenched, but at an unimaginable price/5(47).

Ann Judson was a true pioneer and sacrificed so much for the people of Burma. She did so with love and grace beyond mortal comprehension. Although I knew she had been dead for more than a century, I still cried at her passing.

My Heart in His Hands made me want to book passage on the next steamer headed for Berma to help in their work there/5(17). My Heart in His Hands is a biography on Ann Judson, wife of Adoniram Judson one of the first four missionaries sent out by America.

Ann and Adoniram left America in to evangelize to the heathen in Burma, a cruel, arrogant people/5. Ann H. Judson of Burma Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

Judson was America's first foreign missionary and an example of one who considered, and executed on, his own uniquely strategic role in the completing of the Commission. Though warned not to go to Burma, he entered the country almost years ago — in July of — and there invested the next 38 years of his life preaching Christ where he.

Adoniram Judson, (born Aug. 9,Malden, Mass., U.S.—died Apat sea, Indian Ocean), American linguist and Baptist missionary in Myanmar (Burma), who translated the Bible into Burmese and wrote a now standard Burmese dictionary.

At Andover Theological Seminary, Massachusetts, Judson acquired a zeal for six seminary students, with a. Adoniram Judson: A Biography by his son Edward Judson Contents Prefactory Note Chapter 3 Voyage to Burma.

Becomes a Baptist – Arrives in Calcutta – Welcomed by Dr. Carey – Mr. and Mrs. Judson baptized – East India Adoniram seized upon the book of riddles joyfully, and was a good. Buy a cheap copy of Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma book by Janet Benge.

As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson thirsted to see the Good News brought to the shrouded land of Burma. His thirst would be quenched, but at an Free shipping over $/5(1). When Adoniram Judson entered Burma in July, it was a hostile and utterly unreached place.

William Carey had told Judson in India a few months earlier not to go there. It probably would have been considered a closed country to-day—with anarchic despotism, fierce war with Siam, enemy raids, constant rebellion, no religious toleration.

The Christian Heroes: Then & Now series chronicles the true stories of ordinary men and women whose trust in God accomplished extraordinary deeds for his kingdom and glory. As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson thirsted to see the Good News brought to the shrouded land of Burma.

His thirst would be quenched, but at an unimaginable price.5/5(1). Duesing explains that the purpose of this book about Adoniram Judson has been to present a call to imitate Adoniram Judson in taking the gospel to the ends of the earth.

For this reason, in the preface, Dr. Duesing begins the story of the Judson’s in Burma by calling it a story that must be told to every generation.

Check out this great listen on As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson () spent 38 years working in Burma, then one of the most hostile countries on Earth.

Judson was ignored, mocked, beaten, and tortured, yet he never lost sight of his goal to translate the Bi. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Judson was an American Protestant missionary who served in Burma for almost forty years. He published the first Burmese book in Burma in (Gospel of Matthew) and translated the Bible into Burmese (). But the book Adoniram Judson: A Bicentennial Appreciation of The Pioneer American Missionary by Jason G.

Duesing, is one of those books. This book isn’t written by one author. We could say it’s a collection of essays combined to give an excellent picture of Judson’s life and ministry.

Judson College, a Baptist women's college in Marion, Alabama, is the namesake of Ann Hasseltine Judson. The Baptists' Judson University (Elgin, Illinois) is the namesake of her husband, Adoniram Judson. a b c Dana L. Robert (Spring ). "The Mother of Modern Missions".

Christian History & Biography. 22–Born: DecemBradford, Massachusetts. Full Description: "Explore the life of America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson (), who was devoted to serving God for over 38 years in Burma, no matter the cost.

The son of a congregational minister, Judson was a precocious young man who aspired to gain exceptional worldly fame through some prominent secular career. As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson thirsted to see the Good News brought to the shrouded land of Burma.

His thirst would be quenched, but at an unimaginable price. Adoniram survived starvation, imprisonment, and torture both on land and at sea only to watch his family, coworkers, and friends succumb to : YWAM Publishing.

Adoniram Judson's life was first made famous by Courtney Anderson in the riveting classic biography To The Golden Shore: The Life of Adoniram Judson. is the bicentennial of Judson's departure from Salem, Massachusetts to bring the gospel to the far-east.

Along the way, Judson made definitive contributions to biblical translation. Adoniram Judson, Jr. (August 9, – Ap ) was an American Congregationalist and later Baptist missionary, who served in Burma for almost forty years.

At the age of 25, Adoniram. In spite of heartache and depression, Adoniram Judson translated the entire Bible in Burmese. To this day his work remains the only Burmese translation of the Bible available.

Adoniram and his first wife Ann were the spark that spread the fire of the Gospel into Burma, and their evident love for the Burmese people is a compelling story of. Pre-Burma. Judson grew up in a Christian family, but at Brown University (where Judson skipped the first year), through the influence of a good friend, he became a Deist, something he didn’t tell his pastor father.

An encounter with a young pastor sometime after Judson’s graduation revealed to Judson the purpose and peace he was living without.The Ministry of the Spirit by Gordon, Adoniram Judson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at