“Leave Robert Chapman alone; we talk about heavenly places; but he lives in them.” These were the words, to a critic, of J. N. Darby, contemporary of George Muller and a leader in the Christian Brethren Movement in England, at a time when the clouds of controversy were very dark indeed.
I'm re-reading a book called Agape Leadership.
Just had to post a little quote here:
To a young missionary heading for the field Chapman said: "Keep low, look up, and press forward." (pg. 63)