A good example.
Cadets and officers both told me that if I had chosen out of the whole corps one whose example in becoming a disciple of Christ
would have the greatest effect on the minds of his fellows, I should have chosen him. The case was more impressive because not only was the conversation so decided and manifest, but it was so without man's hand.
It was known how entirely it had grown up without the least conversation with any man until it was disclosed to me as related above.
It pleased God that though the first, it was not the only instance.
In the course of another week, one and another, strangers to me, came on the same errand, each without previous conversation with anybody until he went to Cadet Polk
and asked him to introduce him to me.