Reports of the missionary and benevolent boards and committees to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America . e encouraged to make the cause of Foreign Missionsmore and more a subject of their study, prayer, and contributions; that,asin the past year, at Christmas, and on an early Sabbath in April, specialmissionary services be held, and that in every wise way effort be made tointerest the children of the Church in the work of bringing to all theknowledge of Gods Holy Child Jesus; we commend also the interest ofthe Young Peoples Societies, and urge them to

Reports of the missionary and benevolent boards and committees to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America . e encouraged to make the cause of Foreign Missionsmore and more a subject of their study, prayer, and contributions; that,asin the past year, at Christmas, and on an early Sabbath in April, specialmissionary services be held, and that in every wise way effort be made tointerest the children of the Church in the work of bringing to all theknowledge of Gods Holy Child Jesus; we commend also the interest ofthe Young Peoples Societies, and urge them to Stock Photo
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Reports of the missionary and benevolent boards and committees to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America . e encouraged to make the cause of Foreign Missionsmore and more a subject of their study, prayer, and contributions; that, asin the past year, at Christmas, and on an early Sabbath in April, specialmissionary services be held, and that in every wise way effort be made tointerest the children of the Church in the work of bringing to all theknowledge of Gods Holy Child Jesus; we commend also the interest ofthe Young Peoples Societies, and urge them to share yet more largely inthis work. 5. While the Assembly approves the action of the Board in avoiding adeficit, even at the cost of continued economies and painful reduction ofappropriations, yet it records its solemn conviction that our PresbyterianChurch owes it as a sacred obligation and proof of loyalty to the DivineRedeemer, not only to sustain the work already undertaken, but with thespirit of sacrifice which led Him to die for men, to extend that blessedwork where the Redeemer is now opening such wide doors of splendid op-portunity.. ?^i: INTRODUCTION TO THE SIXTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF FOEEIGN MISSIONS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE U. S. A. In presenting to the Assembly the Sixty-second annual re-port of its work, the Board of Foreign Missions gives ex-pression to its profound gratitude to God for His unspeakablegoodness and His unfailing faithfulness. The work of foreignmissions is to the human view full of uncertainties. Varyingfinancial support at home, hostile climatic conditions, the diffi-culties of adaptation to strange and primitive peoples, the ob-stacles of foreign tongues, the incalculable multiplicity andcomplication of work in different lands, combine often withthe wrath and treachery of man abroad to multiply the uncer-tainties and perplexities of the work. In the midst of all, thewatchful care of God has not failed. There are no vacanc

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