From "Life and Works of Amos M. Kenworthy"

By Lydia M. Williams-Cammack and Truman C. Kenworthy

 

Before he moved to his new home he held some meetings at Van Wert, Ohio, and stopped off and attended our mid-week prayer meeting. He again stayed at our house. We arose very early next morning to get him to his train. He was cheerful as usual. After my husband had started I called him back and said I felt that I should give Amos two dollars, and I told him to give it to Amos. They went to the station. Amos called for a ticket to Van Wert, Ohio. He took out his purse and at the same time my husband handed him the two dollars, relating my desire to give it to him. Amos said: "Praise the Lord. That is just what I lacked of having enough money to go to Van Wert; but I knew the Lord wanted me to go, and he would open the way." I never knew any other person to have such perfect faith that God would provide.

 

From: TICKET STORIES COMPILED BY DUANE V. MAXEY FROM THE HDM LIBRARY

 

 

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