On the eve of World War II, John Sung swept China and South East Asia with revival, a final preparation for Christianity underground.
In 1935, a Chinese preacher in his mid 30s stood on a makeshift stage in Singapore conducting a Presbyterian-hosted revival. Chinese theologian Timothy Tow, a boyhood convert of that week, described John Sung as "attired in a light white Chinese gown . . . with a shock of black hair flapping his high forehead, he was jabbing away ... 'You ought to die, to die!'" Sung then proceeded to act out and shout out the biblical story of
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