Rev. Dr. Paul Jinadu
Who was converted during the Hebrides revival.
The following night I was at church an hour before the service started. There were others, too, there. Oh, the hunger in the hearts of men and women and young people after God! How they hungered! How they longed! The preacher preached an hour every night, and nobody looked at their watches. Nobody looked at the clock. We felt, when he came to the benediction--we felt disappointed that he should stop. Even the benediction spoke to our hearts.
Then off we would go in search of another meeting and another meeting. For three months, I struggled. I saw some wonderful sights. I heard some wonderful prayers, earnest prayers. I met some wonderful people, the people of God. There was no generation gap, none whatsoever. The young people and the old people went together. There was no consciousness of age. How we longed for these old people to tell us more and more!
We used to go visit a saint who was 90 years of age. She used to admonish us and instruct us in the Word of God. We used to visit her and pray with her. There we were in the midst of the people of God, but I had no assurance of salvation--not for myself. I believed that anybody and everybody else could get saved, but there was some kind of something in me whereby I couldn't get the assurance of salvation.