Iona (1860)

The revival movement has at length reached this sequestered spot - the ancient luminary of Caladonia, when 'roving barbarians' and savage tribes derived the true light of Christianity, at a time when almost the entire world was lying in the moral darkness of heathenism. In this lone Isle of Iona there are at present many anxious souls seeking the way to Zion. The movement is making general and unostentatious progress. The work is not confined to one class - the old, as well as the young are brought under no ordinary seriousness and concern which in many cases, we trust, will issue in sound conversion to God.— West Highland Journal.

"The Scottish Guardian," May 1st, 1860.

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