Argumentative Essay On William Wilberforce

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“We are too young to realize that certain things are impossible... Therefore, we will do them anyway. ”~William Wilberforce. William Wilberforce was affluent, though constantly ill, and with poor eyesight, however, he did not concede life. Instead, lived the words he spoke, of accomplishing the impossible. Counting himself as a young man, William Wilberforce believed that nothing could avert him from accomplishing his life goals, for it is mentioned in Philippians 4:13 that, “I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength”. William Wilberforce was born on 24th August 1759, Kingston upon Hull, where he attended grammar school. Shortly after enjoying his life of owning an astounding, and benevolent friends and teachers, the bereavement of William's father had struck the family with grief in 1768, which enforced William to travel to London, and live with both, his uncle and aunt. Even though William was in immense grief, for his father's loss, young William seemed to proceed on with his life. …show more content…

In 1777, his uncle died, leaving William rich and independent, which worsened his life matters, by allowing William to start drinking, gambling...etc. Through reading all the way to this point, one might assume that there was no hope in William to be a hero at the end of his memoirs. However, God contemplation of him was different; He believed in William Wilberforce to bring heavens to earth, as to accomplishing GOD'S will for his life. The fall downing of William Wilberforce's life shortly vanished, as William desired to instigate a fresh by considering a political career, while attending university in 1779, and 1780. When Wilberforce was twenty-one years of age, he was elected to become one of the Parliamentary

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