During the first world war, a young Scottish soldier serving in the British army was involved in a cavalry charge against the enemy when his horse was shot out from under him and he was severely wounded. As he lay on the battlefield, another cavalry unit followed the charge made up of Canadian soldiers. One dismounted his horse seeing the wounded British soldier and he took him to the field hospital.

During the first world war, a young Scottish soldier serving in the British army was involved in a cavalry charge against the enemy when his horse was shot out from under him and he was severely wounded. As he lay on the battlefield, another cavalry unit followed the charge made up of Canadian soldiers. One dismounted his horse seeing the wounded British soldier and he took him to the field hospital.
As the young Scottish soldier lay there wounded on a cot, being a Christian, he prayed that the Lord would make him holy as a saved sinner could be, not knowing his final outcome that day. As he lay there his heart and soul was filled with the presence of the Holy Spirit around him. There on his death bed, if it was to be, and from within him and aloud he began quoting from the Bible Psalm 103 in his Scottish dialect and as he did, the hospital was transformed into a church where Spiritual operations began to touch the lives of others that were wounded.
That day seven Canadian soldiers nearby cried out to God and were gloriously saved. God used the young Scottish soldier that day and from that day forward as he became a preacher who touched thousands of other lives across his part of the world, one being known as the Great Hebrides Revival in Scotland, which swept the continent and countless people were saved from sin and changed forever because of God’s servant, Duncan Campbell.

Mark Taylor is president of KNEO Radio — 91.7 FM. He is available to speak at churches and events. Contact him at mtaylor@ kneo.org. Follow him on Twitter @kneo91.