MIRACLES and MISSIONS – 001
MIRACLES and MISSIONS and WORLD-WIDE EVANGELISM
BY EVANGELIST Jane Collins Daoud
(MRS. M. A. DAOUD)
MISSIONARY FAITH ADVENTURES OF Janes Collins Daoud
WORLD-WIDE SALVATION – HEALING
The author has been inspired to write this volume as a result of the tremendous challenge offered by the near-end time signs, and a very sensitive realization that much yet may be accomplished to evangelize the unreached masses of the world, who await their liberation from the captive forces of darkness.
It has been our aim to reveal the marvellous ways God will work for and through us when we prove our consecration to a sincere desire to “be about the Father’s business”. It is our conviction the book will give you greater courage to believe God for greater things, and to attempt greater things for Him.
This book of Faith Adventures in Salvation and Healing Campaigns will show how a world-wide missionary vision was begun by the author and a group of students from Southwestern Bible School in Waxahachie, Texas, in 1946. A group, endowed with only meagre finances, who dared to venture following the Apostle Paul’s methods of evangelizing the world. Later, the author continued her travels alone through the Caribbean Islands and to Egypt.
Throughout these campaigns the Spirit-given, Sign-gift ministry worked mightily, insomuch that Moslem newspaper reporters in Cairo, Egypt, were attracted to the scene where 25,000 people gathered daily. What they witnessed they published in five of the leading weekly national magazines of Egypt. The reprints of these magazines, with their translations, appear in the book.
In Ethiopia, the land of the Queen of Sheba, the miracles were so outstanding that the police took clown each testimony and then recorded them in the daily POLICE RECORDS in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Photostatic copies of these records in the Amharic language with their translations are also included, along with pictures of the crowds which numbered up to 15,000 people in a single meeting. Another remarkable feature in the Ethiopia meetings was the information furnished by the army to substantiate the healings wrought in the lives of servicemen.
The author has not endeavoured to advance theory, but proven experiences of over ten years of missionary-evangelism under varying conditions, with outstanding, permanent results.
May God bless this humble effort to inspire your faith to attempt great things for God.