Milton Smith: A Man After God's Heart - Natalie Steel


Milton Smith chose to follow a burning conviction, a man with the courage to stand up for what he believed - no matter the cost.

Milton Smith was imprisoned in New Zealand as a conscientious objector in 1942, shunned for standing up against a racist colonial system in Fiji after the War, and excommunicated from his domination when the Charismatic Movement swept New Zealand.

Milton Smith was also the Head of Mathematics at Auckland Grammar School, an inspired Bible College lecturer and author of the world renowned book Knowing God in His Word.

This is his story, as told by his widow Natalie Steel. Be inspired, and see what it takes to be a man or woman after God’s heart.

ISBN: 0958239827

What They're Saying:

Milton's love for the Lord and His Word were the two pillars of his life. His insights into God's Word couple with his devotional response to it, combined to bless many.
- Brian Hathaway (former Principal of Laidlaw College, New Zealand)

[Milton Smith's] legacy lives on in the thousands of lives who were touched through him. I pray as you read the story of this ‘godly saint’ that you too will seek to know God the way he did.
- David Ravenhill (Author and Bible Teacher, Texas)


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