Robert Walker (1919-1990) was saved on 2nd Jan 1931. Born into an evangelist’s home in Aberdeen, Scotland, he himself would also eventually become a full-time evangelist, commended to the Lord’s work in April 1957. As you can hear on this recording, made in Scotland in 1979, Mr Walker had a deep fatherly voice, and a kind, sincere delivery. He was a diligent servant of the Lord, faithful in seeking the lost and visiting the sick. Mr Walker passed away at the relatively early age of 71. One day, while in hospital, he spoke to his wife and some other visiting friends telling them that he expected to be “going home” that particular day. They told him they didn’t think he’d be allowed to. “No, no,” he said, “You don’t understand. I don’t mean home to our house, I mean home to be with the Lord.” Within a few hours he was in the glory. On this recording, Mr Walker speaks on the subject of “diligence” using Ezra 7:23 as his primary text.