Lighter of Gospel Fires: The Story of J.N. Loughborough
Lighter of Gospel Fires: The Story of J.N. Loughborough
By Ella M. Robinson
 

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This is the remarkable story of John N. Loughborough, pioneer Seventh-day Adventist preacher and missionary. In his lifetime, he watched the Advent movement grow from a few scattered companies of disappointed and disheartened believers to a strong, well organized body extending throughout the world. 

John’s favorite sermon themes were signs in the heavens of Christ’s soon coming and God’s leadership of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination through the gift of prophecy. He had seen Ellen White in vision more than forty times. He had stood shoulder to shoulder with Elder White when they raised the necessary funds and pioneered in the establishment of the Pacific Press Publishing Association, the Saint Helena Sanitarium, and other institutions on the Pacific Coast.

The story of John N. Loughborough is inspiring and uplifting. During his lifetime, he traveled 30,000 miles by sea and 17,500 miles on land. He attended 500 meetings and preached 352 times. He never was sick a day or missed a meal. On April 7, 1924, at the age of ninety-two, he quietly fell asleep. You are sure to enjoy reading about his amazing life, dedicated to God.