S. B. Shaw originally wrote this classic work in 1905, during the heat of the Welsh revival. It has been unavailable to the general public for nearly a century. The book was distributed in Los Angeles by Frank Bartleman and became a catalyst for the Azusa Street outpouring in 1906.
The book includes a biography of Evan Roberts, the young revivalist, many newspaper and periodical reports, and testimonies from F.B. Meyer, G. Campbell Morgan, R. A. Torrey, and much, much more. It is one of the most valuable original sources on the Welch revival.
The editor also included photographs of Evan Roberts and many of the players in the revival.