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Sleeping the Sleep of Death

Sleeping the Sleep of Death

The groans of a dying man kept him awake in the little inn outside New York. He was hardened to the cries because a college friend at Brown University had persuaded him to be an atheist. The next morning he learned the man who died in the night was none other than his college friend. This rude awakening led him to become one of America’s first foreign missionaries. His name was Adoniram Judson, born in Massachusetts, August 9, 1788.

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