As a boy he was saved from drowning by the gardener called Mr. Fleming.
As a man he was saved from death by the gardener’s son called Dr. Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin. He almost died from pneumonia.
He loved and respected the Jewish people.
His favourite passage of scripture was John 14:1-3 (He quoted it 5 times during famous speeches).
Date: Sun PM 5th February 2017
Preacher: Rev. David McLaughlin
Bible Reference: I John 4v19
William Tyndale, born in Gloucestershire, England around 1490. He was a scholar and theologian whose translation of the New Testament was the first ever to be printed in English. His simple, clear style was a model for the King James bible. Tyndale’s dying words were, “Lord, open the king of England’s eyes.”