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Image from page 650 of "Christian herald and signs of our times" (1896)

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Identifier: christianheralds19unse Title: Christian herald and signs of our times Year: 1896 (1890s) Authors: Subjects: Publisher: [New York, The Christian Herald] Contributing Library: Christian Herald Association Digitizing Sponsor: Tisch Library, Tufts University View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: est Christians. We resolved, there-fore, without making any sudden changewhich might alienate the people, to tryquietly and steadily to bring all but thevery poor and those settled at the stationon to the list of those who pay somethingfor the medical help they receive from us.As a result of the change we have receivedfrom natives, in small sums, during thepast two months about eight dollars, andmore gratitude and good will from all thepatients than they were disposed to showus before, while the earnings of the de-partment for the past twelve months havefully met all its necessities without theuse of any grant from the society. One Womans Good Work. This incident is related by a writer inThe Womans Missionary FnenJ. whichcontains a wholesome moral: A Christianwoman went from Switzerland to live inParaguay. She saw there the need ofChristian education. She felt the spiritof the missionary stirring within her—buthow should she begin her work alone?The Swiss woman gained the confidence Text Appearing After Image: DRAWING WATER FROI CISAMBA RIVER. of her poor neighbors, and asked some ofthem to let her teach their children. Shemade for these a Swiss school which edu-cates the heart and the imagination, and isa charm. It grew. The garden of chil-dren filled her heart with delight. Shefounded a mission in this far-away land.Christ was in the work and seemed totake these grateful little wanderers intohis arms and bless them. A church islikely to be the end of the effort. Whatthis woman did, many others can do. 648 THE CHRISTIAN HERALD AND SIGNS OF OUR TIMES. Sept I THE {HRiSHAN ; JjERALD ANOSIGNS OF OUR TIMES ^T.OUIS KlAlPSiCH, l li.il Kll I OK. / -ft ^ J. EDITOR. B. j. FERNIE. G. H. SAND1SON, Associate Editors. Thr Cbrl9|liMi He rati d 1- published every Wed-Desdnj*. Ine suhscripciau price is if 1.50 per year,pH.vaiile in Ativan 00. Subscript Ion n nnj commence with any issue. Remit i:ui<-e« should always be nuuif in the safestmanner available to the remitter. Post-oriicc amiExpress Money Ord Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

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