“Gleanings from Recent Letters. A Hindu Clergyman and his Heathen Father”
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Gleanings from Recent Letters.
A Hindu Clergyman and his Heathen Father.
We find the following brief but touching entry in a recent journal of the Rev. G. Krishnayya, the able and earnest Native minister at Ellore, in Telugu country. It is a call for special prayer in behalf of one of those whose conversion must lie very near to his heart:—
Friday, 25th Sept., 1874.—Visited my parents to-day at their house, and spent this evening in trying to persuade my old father to accept salvation through Jesus Christ.
Digital Publication Details
Title: “Gleanings from Recent Letters. A Hindu Clergyman and his Heathen Father”
Creator(s): Anonymous; G. Krishnayya
Publication date: (1875) 2022
Digital publishers: One More Voice, COVE
Critical encoding: Kenneth C. Crowell, Cassie Fletcher, Adrian S. Wisnicki
One More Voice identifier: liv_026044
Cite (Chicago Author-Date): Anonymous, and G. Krishnayya. (1875) 2022. “Gleanings from Recent Letters. A Hindu Clergyman and His Heathen Father.” Edited by Kenneth C. Crowell and Cassie Fletcher. In “BIPOC Voices,” One More Voice, solidarity edition; Collaborative Organization for Virtual Education (COVE). https://onemorevoice.org/html/bipoc-voices/digital-editions-amd/liv_026044_HTML.html.
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