2 edition of forgotten talent found in the catalog.
John Cameron Peddie
1961 by Oldbourne .
Written in English
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John Cameron Peddie, ( – ) known as "J Cameron Peddie", was born on 17 May at Conland, Forgue, is the author of the book "The Forgotten Talent" which is an autobiographical work with emphasis on the Biblical practice of "Laying forgotten talent book of hands" to obtain healing for the afflicted.
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From the PublisherBrand: Simon & Schuster. A LITERARY evening was enjoyed at the meeting of Penrith Wesley Guild, where the Rev. Norman Swinburne, from Kirkbride, spoke on “The Forgotten Talent”, this being the ministry of healing. This was taken from a book written by J. Cameron Peddie who spent 30 years ministering in the Gorbals area of Glasgow before he began to prepare himself.
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