(1627 – 1681)
Cargill was from Perthshire and became minister of the Barony Church Glasgow in 1655. In 1662 he was dismissed for a protest against the celebration of the restoration of Charles II. He preached in field meetings until he was captured and executed in 1681. “The Lord knows I go on this ladder with less fear and perturbation of mind, than ever I entered the pulpit to preach”, he said.
Reformation is not merely an event in the past; it is a present imperative.
Affliction is painfully real. But it can be made bearable. When we respond aright, affliction draws us closer to God, His Word and spiritual realities and further from sin and the world.
Practical advice for true time management. Donald Cargill gives a biblical perspective on ensuring our days are well spent.