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Have We No Rights?" is an interesting and informative book by Mabel Williamson, who shows the difference between suffering hardships and suffering the infringement of one's rights. "Have We No Rights?" is pound for pound is one of the best books available to equip missionaries with the right mindset and heart for serving God overseas. This book should be a must read for alHave We No Rights?" is an interesting and informative book by Mabel Williamson, who shows the difference between suffering hardships and suffering the infringement of one's rights. "Have We No Rights?" is pound for pound is one of the best books available to equip missionaries with the right mindset and heart for serving God overseas. This book should be a must read for all mission agencies sending people out. The biggest cause of failure overseas is people problems. Missionaries who read this book and take it to heart will be enabled to accomplish much more spiritual work. In "Have We No Rights?" Mabel Williamson teaches that abel Williamson says that every truly consecrated Christian must be willing to give up the right to the normal comforts of life, to physical health and safety, to the privacy of business, and to time, friends, romance, family, and home." Mabel Williamson was an American missionary to China who served under the auspices of the China Inland Mission, later known as the Overseas Missionary Fellowship. She wrote a thesis for Wheaton College "The indigenous church in the New Testament and its relation to the missionary" in 1952, and is best known for her book: "Have We No Rights....

Title : Mabel Williamson: Have We No Rights? a Frank Discussion of the Rights of Missionaries
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ISBN : 9781451572926
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 84 Pages
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Mabel Williamson: Have We No Rights? a Frank Discussion of the Rights of Missionaries Reviews

  • Heather
    2019-03-09 02:40

    I read this in one sitting. It is written in such a way that challenges your current view on mission work. The author uses scripture to point out common misconceptions and mistakes of missionaries. Only once or twice could I tell it was written 60 years ago. It is very relevant and has given me a better understanding of what my missionary friends experience.It has also challenged me to assess how I view mission work and how much work God has to do in my heart before I will ever be close to ready for mission work.

  • Cathy H.
    2019-02-24 23:53

    I would highly recommend this book. It was originally published in 1957, but the message is timeless. Anyone considering missions could benefit from this publication, any Christian would be better equipped to know how to pray for missionaries after reading this.

  • A Nelson
    2019-02-19 06:09

    He had not rights.

  • Jackie
    2019-02-28 02:06

    5 stars+ Every missionary should read or future missionary.