Just a Little Woman in Hungary


She has made it her mission to translate some of the nineteenth and early twentieth century Gospel expositors into her native language. Many “hungary” hearts are being fed. She responds to my comment:

“Thank you, dear Doug. I have managed to get some old, hard-bound copies and they were such a blessing for me… I just had to give it over, so that others could read them, too.
I was just about translating Spurgeon’s Morning Devotionals when I found out that it has already been published… more than a century ago. And it was just out of God’s sheer grace I could get a copy from somewhere. And the same was the case with J.R. Miller’s book “Silent Times”, too. 🙂 And honestly, I love the 19th century Christian devotional works! They are so pure, Christ-centered and beautifully written.
…My prayer is that these beautiful old gems could be a real blessing to many people here in Hungary. Thank you for your kind words and encouragement. God bless you.”



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