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Day of Memory (1/16/2018)

On Jan. 16, 1902, Eric Liddell (李爱锐) was born at the London Missionary Society’s Mackenzie Hospital in Tianjin. Eric became famous when, after refusing to run on Sunday in his favored event at the Paris Olympics, he then won a gold medal while setting a world record in another event. This made him the first person born in China to win an Olympic gold medal. After serving for many years as a missionary in Tianjin, he died in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. Pray for Chinese missionaries serving to fulfill God’s plan for His family to include those from every nation. Ps. 67:1-3