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Judson, the hero of Burma

Jesse Page

Judson, the hero of Burma

the stirring life story of the first missionaryto the Burmese told for boys & girls.

by Jesse Page

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Published by Seeley, Service & Co. in London .
Written in English

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  • Judson, Adoniram, -- d. 1850.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination244p. :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17108989M


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Judson, The hero of Burma, The Stirring Life Story of the First Missionary to the Burmese, told to Boys and Girls, [Jesse Page] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 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. Adoniram survived starvation, imprisonment, and torture both on land and at sea only to watch his family, coworkers, /5(47). 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.

Renee Meloche is the author of the Heroes for Young Readers series, written to inspire children to dream big, stand tall for God, and be a hero.

A graduate YWAM's School of Creative Ministries, Renee has worked as a missionary s: 3. Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma is a fascinating biography of an interesting man. Born the son of a pastor, Adoniram spent his early years in the church.

As a young man, he became a deist. Eventually realizing how empty life was with those beliefs, he turned back to Christianity/5. As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson thirsted to see the hero of Burma book 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 s: In spite of heartache and depression, Adoniram Judson translated the entire Bible in into 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 unswerving dedication and sacrifice ().

Adoniram Judson: Herald of the cross in Burma (Missionary heroes course, life stories of great missionaries for teen age boys) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Floyd L Carr (Author)Author: Floyd L Carr. Persecuted in Burma Follow the extraordinary adventures of Adoniram Judson and his wife Ann as they work to reach souls in Burma, a land where professing Christ would mean certain death.

When treacherous religious leaders falsely accuse Adoniram of spying, Burma’s ruthless king throws him into prison, leaving Ann and her unborn child to struggle alone.

And that was as much as he would tell his father, but he later assured his sister he had solved the problem as to the suns ’ moving. This lad is our hero, Adoniram Judson, and this is but one of the many problems he solved during his lifetime.

We shall hear more of them later. The boards are orange with red decoration - art deco design on front cover and illustration from book on spine; details of title, author & publisher also on spine. Some colour and black & white illustrations throughout book; text Judson clear and legible.

The cut binding is in good condition. the hero of Burma book There is an alphabetical index at the back of the book.

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Judson the Hero of Burma: The Stirring Life Story of the hero of Burma book First Missionary to the Burmese told for Boys & Girls Page, Jesse Published by Published by Seeley, Service & Co, London (). A biography of the early 19th century missionary to Burma (now known as Myanmar), and any romanticized notions I may have had about foreign missionary service were completely upended by this.

Judson was a highly erudite young man-about-town who although nominally a Christian, was at first more interested in pursuing a secular career/5(). Adoniram Judson, apostle of Burma. [Laura Helen Percy] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Laura Helen Percy.

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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.5/5(1). Judson knew of only one person in Burma: William Carey’s son Felix, who was allowed to live in Burma only because of his Burmese wife.

Carey was happy to see them, as he, his wife and their 3 children were about to leave for a visit to his father in India and he needed Christians to take his place while his family was away. Ann Hasseltine Judson (): Teacher, translator, author and first missionary wife of Adoniram Judson, she was the first American woman missionary to go overseas.

Born Decemin Bradford, Massachusetts, Ann became a Christian at sixteen, studied at Bradford Academy, and taught school for several years. 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 death.

Adoniram Judson was an amazing man. He endured a lot for Christ, as did the other missionaries in this book. The story as told here, however, is more depressing than inspiring because it focuses mainly on negative events without discussing how his faith brought him through/5(42). Adoniram and Ann Judson, Heroic Champions of the Gospel.

If heroes are people who sacrifice themselves for the good of others, Adoniram and Ann Judson fit the description. Nineteenth-century Americans considered them Christian missionary heroes, but their fame came at the cost of great sacrifice and suffering.

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Share. Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma (Christian Heroes: Then & Now) /5(44). 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 God's Pioneer(Heroes of the Faith Series) Share.

Share Let the British kick him out of India—he would take the good news to Burma. Tear him from his wife and children, lock him up in a filthy prison, beat him, starve him—nothing could deter Adoniram Judson from his mission.

See also our other books in the Heroes of. by Janet and Geoff Benge Softcover, pages 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.

In spite of heartache and depression, Adoniram and his first wife Ann were the spark that spread the fire of the Gospel into Burma. 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 petition drafted by. As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson spent thirty-eight 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 Bible into the Burmese language. 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). Adoniram Judson: Bound for Burma There are no closed nations when men and women freely choose to lay down their lives for the sake of the gospel.

As America’s first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson thirsted to see the Good News brought to the shrouded land of Burma. When Adoniram Judson () discovered for himself that God's love is real and His Word is true, he and his wife, Ann, risked everything to share God's great love with the people of Burma (Myanmar), becoming America's first foreign missionaries.

Judson was put in a dreadful prison. After great suffering there, his wife was allowed to take him to a lion's cage, left empty by the lion's death. She put the translation of the New Testament in a case, and it was used for a pillow.

After he left the prison, a servant of Dr. Judson's found and preserved the precious book. Adoniram Judson Apostle of Burma, L. Helen Percy, Gospel Trumpet Company,pgs. Adoniram Judson was born and raised in New England.

He was a Pastor's son, and inherited his name from his father. He learned to read and write at the hands of his mother. He was able to read at age three, and was preaching to his friends at age four.4/5(10).

In she met the Rev. Adoniram Judson, the founder of the American Baptist mission in Burma and a hero of Emily Judson's childhood, and despite the disapproval of both the Reverend's and the writer's respective circles, they wed insetting sail for Burma soon thereafter.

Biography. Ann attended the Bradford Academy and during a revival there read Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education by Hannah More, which led her to "seek a life of 'usefulness'".

Born in Bradford, Massachusetts, she was a teacher from graduation until father, John Hasseltine, was a deacon at the church that hosted the gathering that, infounded the American Born: DecemBradford, Massachusetts. Adoniram Brown, Elnathan and Henry – Mrs.

Judson's health fails Little Henry dies at 1 yr. and 7 months – Another son born, named Henry – Home Board asks Judson to compile a Burman dictionary Chapter 11 Visit to America.

Two more sons born; Charles and Edward – Mrs. Judson's health declines – Travel to United States – Mrs. 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. In his book Death of the Dark Hero —Eastern Europe,David Selbourne called it “one of the greatest of all historic revolutions: a democratic, and essentially anti-socialist revolution, the effects of which will continue long after its actors, and their observers, have disappeared from the scene.”.

For all the heroes that became famous, there are just as many that did heroic deeds which, for them, was their duty. One of them, British Major Hugh Paul Seagrim, dedicated his life to resisting Japanese forces when they invaded Burma. Seagrim was born in Hampshire, England in   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.

As America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson spent thrity-eight 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 Author: Janet Benge.

By Janet & Geoff Benge Christian Heroes: Then & Now series 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.Adoniram Judson Pioneer missionary to Burma.

Adoniram Judson was the son of a Congregational minister. He taught himself to read at the age of three, and by his tenth year he knew Latin and Greek and was a serious student of theology. At the age of 16 he en-tered Brown University and was graduated three years later as.

When Adoniram Judson () discovered for himself that God's love is real and His Word is true, he and his wife, Ann, risked everything to share God's great love with the people of Burma (Myanmar), becoming America's first foreign missionaries.3/5(1).