Thou Remainest John Wilson Smith Author
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That pen is made of gold which writes of Him; the ministry which has the all-sufficiency of the Lord Jesus Christ, whether as Saviour, Lord, or Head of His body, for its primary theme is assuredly the ministry of the Spirit of God. John Wilson Smith (1842-1922) of Cumledge, Scotland, regularly contributed articles and poems to Scripture Truth magazine from its commencement in 1909 until shortly before his death. Soon after conversion in his late teens, leaving an army career, he devoted himself to evangelism - that others might know and love Christ as he did. Of private means, associated with such as John Nelson Darby, he preached and taught at home and abroad, marrying his wife at Niagara on a visit to Canada. He writes, not worn-out platitudes, nor of untried theories, but of a Person, well-known, out of the fullness of a heart that finds its joy in the Lord. Yes, the servants of the Lord come and go; the ruthless hand of time changes everything beneath the sun; the world itself grows old, but Christ abides; and He is sufficient for all the vast needs of His saints on earth until He comes again; and then shall He still abide, the all-satisfying and eternally glorious object of the heart of His church-the Lamb's wife. And this I know well is the present joy and certain hope of the author. [J T Mawson (from the Foreword)]


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