Biography of Paget Wilkes by Mary W. Dunn Pattison

Today’s free book is a biography of Alphaeus Paget Wilkes, who along with the Rev. Barclay Fowell Buxton founded the Japan Evangelistic Band at the Keswick Convention in 1903. This title is in the public domain.

Mary Winifred Dunn Pattison [1877-1951], Ablaze for God. The Life Story of Paget Wilkes who for 36 years lived and laboured for Japan, 2nd edn. London: Japan Evangelistic Band, 1937. Hbk. pp.317. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]


  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Preface to Second Edition
  1. The Evolution of a Worker
  2. A Polished Shaft in The Making
  3. “One By One”
  4. “Nothing Too Precious For Jesus”
  5. The Threefold Vision
  6. The Vision Unfolded
  7. Broken Earthenware in the Hands of the Potter
  8. Seed Scattering
  9. Within the Veil
  10. An Uttermost Salvation
  11. Walking Alone with God
  12. The Hill of Calvary
  13. An Open Door, 1925
  14. Faith Triumphant
  15. Grace Abounding
  16. The Temple in Building
  17. “Face To Face”

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