In respect to the danger of being killed by them, it is true that whoever does go must put his life in his hand, and not consult with flesh and blood; but do not the goodness of the cause, the duties incumbent on us as the creatures of God, and Christians, and the perishing state of our fellow men, loudly call upon us to venture all and use every warrantable exertion for their benefit?
William Carey, . (goodreads.com)
How far should we go to seek the salvation of others? What things will keep us from doing this?
A Diary of Private Prayer
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