Presbyterian church last Sunday. Ee is a strong-
preacher and a faithful pastor. We shall miss him.
The church is to be congratulated that secures him for
We invite all persons who love God and hate
iniquity to unite with us in church fellowship. The
only condition required is "a desire to flee from the
wrath, to come and be saved from their sins."
Notwithstanding many of our people are sick, the
attendance at revival meetings has been very good.
Do not neglect the sick, but do not fail in your efforts
for the unsaved
Many have been converted in this revival. The
majority have been clear and positive. There has been
no excitement in the meetings, all the work has been
plain and practical. The Holy Spirit is leading in the
Salvation of the people.
A very pleasant letter was received from the
Deaconess Home thanking the ladies of our church for
their generous and timely donation.
Let the people of God move forward. The forces
of evil are at work. Satan will not surrender the field
without a struggle. He will marshal his forces. On
whose side are you? What shall I do then with Jesus,
who is called the Christ?
M. E. CHURCH, >: CLYDE, OHIO.
February 5, 1899.
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Rev. Samuel Storer was born in Portland, Maine,
Jan. 22, 1807. Ten years later he came to Ohio. For
seventy-seven years he has been a member of the
Methodist church. In 1844 he was honored with a
local preacher's license, which position he has held
ever since. Strong in faith, modest in bearing, optimistic in disposition, his love for the church and the
fundamental principles of Christianity grows stronger
as his years multiply.