Through the Eyes of This Calvinist
Today in Christian History
On this day, April 26, 1806, Alexander Duff was born in Perthshire in Scotland. The boy, who would win such a name for patient and enthusiastic faith as a man, grew up on a small farm. His father farmed but also had a heart for the things of God. He was among those influenced by Charles Simeon, the evangelical chaplain of Cambridge. Through reading a poem about “Judgment Day,” young Alexander Duff also saw his need for a Savior and learned to hope for salvation in Christ.
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