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J.O. Peck
1836-1894

      Jonas Oramel Peck was the Corresponding Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States.

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Biography Jonas Oramel Peck
      by J.O. Peck I was converted in 1856, in Vermont, on a mountain, alone, amid a terrific thunder storm, after only a few minutes' meditation upon the goodness of God. Shortly afterward I felt clearly a call to the ministry. I went to Newbury Seminary, Vt., but for two years did not join the Church, as I was trying to shake off the duty of th ...read
ArticleRevival Power- A Warning for the Church
      "The Church needs more power and not more machinery. It is a tragic paradox of church history that, as power declines, machinery increases." From the patient study of the subject of revival power in Christian history the conviction will strengthen that the Church is tending in the wrong direction when it multiplies and depends so much upon machiner ...read

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