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1. 10월 20일

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20th. Tuesday.
 
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In the afternoon received a telegram from Mrs. Hoss saying, "Come to Alliance, friends here pay expenses. Be our guest".
 

2. 10월 21일

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21st. Wednesday.
 
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Recitations of the day being over, took 4 p.m. train for Atlanta. Left Atlanta for Nashville at 7:40 p.m. All night on the train.
 

3. 10월 22일

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22nd. Thursday.
 
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Got to Nashville 6 a.m. Met several V.U. boys waiting for delegates. Went to W.H., where the cordial welcome of old boys made me feel quite at home.
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Attended the opening session of the Inter-seminary Missionary Alliance. Dr. Tillet gave a welcome address to the delegates. Took supper at Dear Mrs. Hoss'. Had to go to McKendree at 7:30. Dr. Ort, the President of Wittenberg College Ohio, gave a learned but long and dry essay on the doctrine of justification by faith. When returned to Dr. Hoss' house for the night, I found my room warmed and lighted. On the table there was a big bowl full of oranges, apples, and bananas. If Mrs. Hoss had been my mother, could she do more?
 

4. 10월 23일

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23rd. Friday. A cold, lovely morning.
 
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Rev. Hugh Price Hughes addressed the students in the chapel at 9 a.m.
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In the afternoon session Dr. Lambuth spoke on Japan and its missionary works with his usual earnestness and clearness. Rev. Underwood, Corea, followed Dr. Lambuth. Then a short talk by Rev. H.P. Beach, Doctor of Divinity, a returned missionary from China. In course of the talk he said that he had been disgusted at the dirty Coreans. This attack on the Coreans was altogether uncalled for. Nor was he just for he never saw any Corean except the coolies. Necessary or unnecessary, just or unjust this remark instantly focalized all eyes on my involuntarily crimsoned face. O, the exquisite torture my whole soul then experienced!
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This Reverend Doctor of Divinity seems to be one of those who go to a mission field for no other purpose than for having a little "fun" and adventure among the poorer classes and coming home to brag on how heroic and devoted they are.
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Miserable, lonely and unhappy all the rest of the day.
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Rev. H.P. Hughes, the Founder of the West End Mission, London, addressed a "packed" church. The crowd was so big that many ladies had to stand. Hundreds were turned away from want of space in the church. Nobody was disappointed. Some striking sayings:-
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1. Our movement is a backward movement toward John Wesley and to Jesus Christ.
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2. The differences of doctrines are so profound and wide that they require whole eternity for solution. In the meantime, let us first shut all our saloons and evil haunts.
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3. The reason why 5 1/6 of people never go to church is that 5 1/6 of Methodist don't work.
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4. Let us have as much common sense in religion as in business. We shall then soon make England or America too hot for the devil.
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5. We must adapt our methods to new surroundings. I use everything innocent that devil uses and beats him on his own ground. My mission has as fine an orchestra as you can fine in the best theatre in London.
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6. The new definition of entire sanctification is "An intense desire not to have your own way". There was an entire sanctificationist in London who drove young persons from his church by one and a half hour sermons. He was so wicked that he would rather have his own way than build up the church by wise means. He ought to have confessed his sin before God and man for preaching one and a half hours in this age, if he were sanctified.
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7. A Methodist revival is a meeting in which "God makes new Methodists and mends old ones" as an Irishman said.
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Rankin Barbee came and slept with me.
 

5. 10월 24일

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24th. Saturday.
 
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In the morning session Dr. Steel read a fine paper on the evangelization of the negro in the South.
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Doctor B.'s remark continued to ring in my ears and wring my soul.
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Dined at Dr. Tillet's Drs. Beach, Lambuth; Mr. Webb, president of Belbucko School; Mr. Williams., a Princeton theologian: Bro. Yoshioca were present. Dr. Tillet's mother-in-law was the only lady in the company.
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Rev. R.E. Speer, Princeton, read a paper on prayer and mission in the p.m. session.
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Felt so bad and so dejected that I had to go "home" before dark. Though I did not think it wise or necessary to unbosom my feelings to Mrs. Hoss, her smiles and presence gave me an indescribable sense of relief and comfort. God bless her!
 

6. 10월 25일

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25th. Sunday.
 
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Dr. Hoss and Miss Mary returned home from their northern trip this morning.
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Was delighted to hear, once more, the S.S. lecture of Dr. Kirkland. His class met in the church-room proper instead of the gallery as they had done last year.
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Worshipped at W.E. Church. Rev. Mongomery, a northern Methodist theologian, preached a "Sophomorical sermon" as Dr. Kirkland would put it.
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Dined at the I V Club. Dr. Dudley was as handsome and winsome as ever.
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Rev. Beach spoke on China in the p.m. meeting. He detailed the (1) Poverty, (2) Population, (3) Diseases, (4) Ignorance, (5) Immorality of China. He delights in the darker side of everything.
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Rev. Underwood addressed McKendree Epworth League on his work in Corea. I gave a short talk after him.
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Supped at Dr. Trawick's-a very warm-hearted family.
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Rev. R.E. Speer gave the closing address which was rather too long. After which an opportunity for informal speeches was given. I led. The substance of my talk:-
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Gentlemen: You have been told that there are 12 perishing millions in Corea; that they hunger and thirst for the gospel; that they beg you to "come over and help" them. Each of those statements has a great deal truth in it. I shall not contradict any: I shall only invite your attention to certain things so far untouched.
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1. In the first place I desire to emphasize the fact that Corea has 12 living millions, living in that whatever good you may do for them in the name of Christ shall not perish with dying men but live from generation to generation; living in that their hearts may be touched, their intellect enlightened, their emotions appealed to; living in that they are capable of doing boundless good or boundless evil.
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2. They don't hunger and thirst after the gospel any more than children hunger and thirst after the medicine their mother may give for their benefit. You may feel discouraged to hear me say this. But, gentlemen, go there prepared for the worst and find the people readier accepting the gospel than be disappointed in your sanguine expectations.
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3. I don't like using the phrase "Come over and help us". It has become a sort of a missionary chestnut in many instances. Besides, shall I ask you to leave this country where civilization is nearer to perfection than anywhere else and go to Corea where every prospect pleases but only man is vile? Shall I ask you to bid a farewell to your fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers, last but not least, to your sweethearts and go to stay among a people who can not understand your language therefore can not understand your message; can not understand your message therefore can not appreciate your motives; can not appreciate your motives therefore can not love you and sympathize with you? No! No one shall hereafter look back to this fair land from that field regretting that I persuaded him for the undertaking. I don't believe in a missionary of human persuation: I don't therefore ask or persuade anybody.
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If, however, you are convinced that Corea is embraced in our common Savior's order of march; if you realize the fact that your light will shine brighter in Corea because of the heathen darkness; that your work which may be a brick in the temple of God here will be a corner-stone of the church of Christ in Corea; if you prefer the most useful and Christ-like life to the enjoyment of comforts for a season; if the Spirit of God tells you go there because of the great need and few laborers-if these are appeals, if these are calls, let them appeal to you and let them call you to the field. My heart and prayers are and shall be with you; and when Providence shall remove the obstacles now in my way so that I may see my native land again, my heart, prayers and service shall be with you in the common cause of winning Corea for our Lord.
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After my talk, Bro. Speer asked how many there were who intended going to Corea. Two stood up-Bro.'s Adams and Tates. A similar question was put to those who desired to go to China, Japan and Chile. Two stood up for Japan, 3 for China and 2 for Chile. Then the Alliance adjourned with that beautiful hymn "Blest be the tie that binds" etc. It was about 10. My impressions of the Alliance:-
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1. No false enthusiasm.
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2. Perfectly business like.
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3. Fletcher Brockman, as the Chairman of the Executive Committee, proved himself thoroughly competent for the work.
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4. Bro. Adams was rather too dudish. Shall be agreeably surprised if he will hold out in Corea.
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5. Among all the Seminaries represented those of Presbyte-rian Church led in number and intellect; among the Presbyterian Seminaries Princeton led; among the Princeton delegates Speer led. The fact that Speer was elected a general missionary secretary of his church notwithstanding his youth-only 24-shows what stuff he is made of. He is a young man of unfeigned piety, great business tact, and of an indomitable will.
 

7. 10월 26일

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26th. Monday.
 
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Spent the morning in visits-on Dr. Baskerville, and Washington Moore. So warm and so tired that I thought it wise to rest some. Stayed "home" until 4 p.m. when Mrs. Hoss made me call on Mrs. Jones, a Presbyterian lady.
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Supped at Bro. Pos's His wife is a very sensible and eminently kind hearted woman.
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Went "home" at 9 in the night. Found Miss Ollie knitting and Mrs. Hoss darning Sessler's socks. It seemed I could never get tired by her (Mrs. Hoss') side.
 

8. 10월 27일

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27th. Tuesday.
 
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Up at 6:15. Soon as through with breakfast, bade a farewell to Mrs. Hoss, Misses Ollie and Mary and the boys with a heavy heart and suppressed feeling. Left "home" with Dr. H. in his buggie for Vanderbilt Car.
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Left Nashville for Atlanta by 7:45 train. The woods along the road presented a beautiful sight by their varigated colors-green, orange, yellow, red, purple and brown blending into each other as if designed by a fair hand.
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Reached Atlanta about 6:45 p.m. Had to wait nearly 5 hours for Covington train. Felt really, and intensely "home sick" for Nashville. Walked up and down the White Hall Street.
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Left Atlanta at 11:30 and got to Covington depot about 1:30 a.m. Found it a tough time to walk to Marvin Hall with the valice.
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Kindnesses I enjoyed in this trip:-
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1. My R.R. expenses were borne by the contribution of 30 friends $14.00.
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2. Hawley, Vreeland, Christian and many other boys were very cordial.
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3. Enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. and Dr. John; of Mrs. Ashford; of Dr. Coke Smith; of Drs. Dudley and Kirkland; of Bro. Pos and his wife; and of Dr. Tillet. A previous engagment hindered me from accepting the kind invitation of Dr. and Mrs. Baskerville.
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4. Mrs. Abbie H. made herself a mother to me.
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God be merciful and tender to these good men and women.
 

9. 10월 29일

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29th. A lovely day.
 
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College exercises suspended on account of this being the Anniversary of Few. Dined at Dr. Candlers.
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After dinner while reading in Dr. Candler's office, a boy-Jim Swift-came in and complained that Dr. Candler warned somebody not to associate with him. Swift denied his every having drunken. Dr. Candler brought in the circumstances that produced the suspicion. "Don't go to Covington" said the Dr., "if you wait to be clear'. Then followed an amusing dialogue:
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Swift. "I haven't been there but 4 times since the school began That's not many."
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Dr. Candler. "Yes, it is: only 6 weeks since the school opened and you went to Covington 4 times. Jim, I have seen men stronger than you fall."
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Swift. "Dr. I have a better opinion of myself than you. I think I am as good as anybody in the world."
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Dr. Candler. "Well, that depends on what you mean by 'good'. If you mean by it a 'good family' there is nobody in Ga. better than you. But haven't you used profane language?"
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Swift. "Ye...y e s. But that's not the question."
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Dr. Candler. "Well aren't you guilty of impurity?"
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Swift. "I am not bound to answer any charge but that of drinking."
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It tickled me to see him stand on his temperance as the defence of all other faults.
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