This book contains the remarkable account of the first 60 years or so of the modern church in Korea (mainly North Korea). William Blair (1876-1970), in his first term of missionary service, was at the centre of the great revival of 1907 - his account of this and the events leading up to it forms the first part of the book. Blair includes a thrilling description of how the gospel first came to Korea.
The account is then taken up by his son-in-law, Bruce Hunt (1903-92) - born in Pyengyang, now the capital of North Korea - who shows how the revival was followed by a baptism of suffering under the Japanese and Communists.
"[The Korean Pentecost] shows what God can do when His people take Him at His Word."?
- J.G. Vos
"A faithful and stirring record of the Lord's doings."?
- Evangelical Presbyterian