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On inquiry he found that he was a representative of one of the inland tribes that lived away in the mountain districts and that came down once a year to trade. Upon further investigation he found that the Gospel had never been preached to them and that it was dangerous to venture among them because of their murderous tendencies. He was stirred with much desire to break unto them the Bread of Life.

He went to his lodging-place, fell upon his knees and pleaded for Divine direction. As he bade his fellow missionaries farewell, they said, We shall never see you again. It is madness for you to go. For two days he travelled, scarcely meeting a human being, until at last he found himself in the mountains surrounded by a crowd of savages.

All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name

Every spear was pointed at his heart. Drawing forth his violin he began with closed eyes:. They afterwards invited him to their homes, an invitation gladly accepted. He spent two years and a half amongst them. His labours were greatly blessed, and he had so won upon their affections that when he was compelled to leave on account of impaired health for this country, they followed him for thirty miles.