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The Travail of a Missionary – A Poem

They have journeyed far on a stormy tide
To the friendless shore and the strange hillside,
Where the wild winds sigh and the darkness creeps;
For their hearts are sad with a world that weeps,
And theirs is a love that never sleeps.

Where the stress is great and the battle long,
They strengthen their faith with psalm and song;
And if for guerdon they have defeat,
The hymns of their angels are forever sweet,
And they take their rest at the Master’s feet.

God is the source of their secret strength,
They trust in Him, and they see at length
That morn is breaking after the night,
And the harvest fields are gold and white,
While shines around them God’s fadeless light.’

© Team Watchmen

“And then he told them, “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone.” — Mark 16:15 (NLT)

Many missionaries travel frequently, both nationally and internationally. Their modes of transportation may vary from airplanes to buses, to canoes and motorbikes, and everything in between.

“I care not where I go, or how I live, or what I endure so that I may save souls. When I sleep I dream of them; when I awake they are first in my thoughts.”
~Pastor Olusegun Kolade

‘Here am I, send me; send me to the ends of the earth; send me to the rough, the savage lost of the wilderness; send me from all that is called comfort on earth; send me even to death itself, if it be but in your service, and to promote your kingdom. Let me forget the world and be swallowed up in the desire to glorify God.’ – David Brainerd

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