O THOU GOD OF MY SALVATION

Thomas Olivers was born in Tregoman, Wales in 1725. Early in life, he was left an orphan. Distant relatives brought him up in an indifferent manner. He was sent to school for a time and later became an apprentice to a shoemaker; a man who treated him so cruelly that he ran away. He turned to alcohol for comfort until he heard George Whitefield preach and he was converted.

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