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Church History Vol. 4 Chapter 2 Page 18




THE Herald for July 1 contained these pleasing items:

We see by a letter from Bro. Brand, that he is making good headway in the vicinity of Independence and Lee Summit, in the Northwestern Missouri District, we believe. His letter shows great calls for the ministry, quite a number baptized, and some effective branch organization.

Bro. Joseph R. Lambert also is being greatly blessed in his efforts. . . .It is a pleasant thought that in the scene of the church's former trial, her faith is becoming established and gaining ground. . . .

Brn. T. W. Smith, E. C. Briggs, and W. H. Kelley, are bearing off the work in other portions of the vineyard.

Sunday, the 11th of May, 1873, Bro. Mark H. Forscutt was at New Tredegar, Wales. He preached three sermons that day, and was about to return to America.-The Saints' Herald, vol. 20, pp. 419, 420.

The following account of a trip made by President Smith contains some items of historic value:

It is a pleasant thing to think of, when dusty toil or wearying care has caused the energies of mind and body to flag and daily duties to become an irksome task, that there is a rest-a place and a time-when there may be a cessation of toil, a relief from care.

But nerves of steel and muscles of iron chafe and jar and wear in unremitted and long continued use; and they must rest and be renewed, or soon become old, worn and useless.

We know that rest is delightful, and we have been resting.

On the 5th of June, just passed, we left the "secret haunts" of the Herald

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