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The Diary of Catherine Booth
Product Code: 0201117061
- Edited by David Malcolm Bennett
- 55 pages.
- Published 2005, Camp Hill Publications
Catherine Mumford married William Booth in 1855. Later they founded The Salvation Army. She only wrote her diary for brief periods in 1847-48 and 1852.
Catherine Mumford married William Booth in 1855. Later they founded The Salvation Army. She only wrote her diary for brief periods in 1847-48 and 1852. In later years she was more inclined to write letters, of which hundreds still remain. These diary entries commence when she was 18. At that time she was recuperating from illness in Brighton in the county of Sussex, on the English south-east coast. The closing entries were penned just after Catherine Mumford had become engaged to William Booth.
Catherine Booth's diary is a remarkable document. It shows her wonderful closeness to God, her sensitivity to sin and her great desire to be like her Lord. Reading this book prayerfully will draw you closer to God.