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Ann Eliza Williams by William S. Plumer

Ann Eliza Williams by William S. Plumer


Ann Eliza Williams’ witness of Christian devotion and testimony of the Spirit’s work in her is an inspiration to anyone. Ten-year-old Ann embraced a strong Christian faith and earnestly held fast to God as she underwent suffering with a terminal illness. The account related by Rev. William S. Plumer during the early nineteenth century, gives a detailed study of her Christian character.

Paperback 4X6, 48 pages, link; ISBN 9781941281826.

WILLIAM SWAN PLUMER (1802–1880) was born in Darlington, Pennsylvania. He was educated at Washington College and Princeton Theological Seminary. He married Eliza Gardner Hasell in 1829. He became a pastor at churches in Virginia, North Carolina and Maryland. He became a professor at Western Theological Seminary (1854 -1862) and a professor at Columbia Theological Seminary (1867 - 1880). He wrote many books, Bible commentaries, and was a contributor to “The American Messenger” magazine.

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