On this date, August 10, 1816, John S. Inskip was born. Just an ordinary man who went on to do extraordinary things for God. He helped spread the message of Holiness.
John Inskip’s biographer wrote that as Inskip was exhorting in the 1868 Holiness Camp Meething, that “the quiet was rent as one simultaneous burst of agony, and of glory, was heard in all parts of the congregation; and for nearly an hour, the scene beggared all description.”
As the Lancaster Daily Express noted, “the scene was beyond all description. It was one of the most powerful manifestations of divine power we have ever beheld. Several thousand people seemed to be prostrate under the mighty influence of supernatural power.”