"People sometimes kindly pity missionaries. They needn't! Our Master gives us so many compensations that I think He must let some handfuls fall on purpose for us. It would be just like Him."
--Amy Carmichael, page 27
“’For my own part, I never cease to rejoice that God has appointed me to such an office. People talk of sacrifice. . . . It is emphatically no sacrifice!’ So wrote Dr. Livingstone, and, though very humbly, so write I. The sacrifice is on the home-side.”
-- page 46
“Why do home people ‘pedestal’ missionaries so?”
The quotes in the sidebar were getting too long, so I'm moving them over here. Has anyone else started reading From Sunrise Land with me?