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HENRY M. STANLEY THE GREAT EXPLORER AND DAVID LIVINGSTON THE GREAT MISSIONARY FROM ENGLAND DID A VAST WORK IN AFRICA.

Henry Stanley was the explorer and he was telling an African Chief about Jesus, when the African chief started crying and desired to know more.

That night Stanley was pacing the floor, and decided to write a letter for missionaries to come to Africa.

There was no telegraph, no mail, no trains, and Stanley did not know what to do? Stanley had a Frenchman that was home sick, so Stanley gave the

letter to him to take back to England.

The young man took the dangerous trip down the Nile River.

The natives caught him and killed him, they robbed him, and left his body not buried.

The corpse rotted on the hot dry sand.

Months passed and the message for missionaries was doomed.

One day English soldiers just happened upon the body and his boots were near his bones. They found the letter written by Stanley, and sent it to the Governor

of Egypt. The Governor forwarded the letter to England.

7 months from the day it was written in was printed in THE DAILY TELEGRAM IN LONDON.

HERE WAS PART OF THE MESSAGE PRINTED:

KING MUTESA OF UGANDA HAS BEEN ASKING ME ABOUT THE

WHITE MAN’S GOD. ALTHOUGH I HAD NOT EXPECTED TURNING

MISSIONARY, FOR DAYS I HAVE BEEN TELLING THIS BLACK KING ALL THE BIBLE STORIES I KNOW ---HE HAS FURTHER CAUSED THE TEN COMMANDMENTS AS WELL AS THE LORD’S PRAYER AND THE GOLDEN COMMANDMENT OF OUR SAVIOR,

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