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June 10 , 2010

The Conversion of a Skeptic


Charles R. Baldwin was of a highly respectable family and well educated – a man of superior intellectual endowments, a highly gifted attorney, floating on a tide of great worldly prosperity, and standing high in the estimation of his fellow citizens. But immediately after his conversion to God, he brought all his worldly honors and laid them down at the feet of Jesus, and consecrated his powers of mind and heart to the service of his Divine Master.

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