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    1915

    May 13, 1915

    Word From Sister E. G. White

    EGW

    My last report regarding mother's experience was written April 28. After that she was very feeble for three days, at times hardly able to frame a complete sentence. Then for four days she gained strength a little each day, and for the following five days seemed almost as strong as a month ago.NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 1

    Last night she rested better than usual, but she looked very frail this morning when lifted from the bed to her reclining chair in the bay window.NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 2

    Tuesday afternoon brother C. H. Jones, of the Pacific Press, called to see her. She was lying in the big bay window. When brother Jones asked if she knew him, she said, “I know you, and I am very glad to see you.” after he had spoken of his interest and sympathy for her, and of the prayers offered for her by friends in mountain view, she said:NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 3

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    “The Lord is our helper. He is our frontguard and our rearward.NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 4

    “I am so anxious that we shall be overcomers. And we can be, with the Lord's help. The Lord alone can be my helper. I want to do just that which will bring the victory.NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 5

    “I hope we shall meet in the kingdom of heaven. We want the overcomers reward. I want to be an overcomer, and mean to be.NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 6

    “After all that he has done, shall it be that Christ has died for us in vain?”NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 7

    Then, as brother Jones bade her goodby, she said: “I hope to meet you in the kingdom of heaven.”NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 8

    “Yesterday, when i spoke to her of the sunshine and beautiful weather, she said: “If we can only keep our spirits beautiful, then we can be all beautiful.”NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 9

    Week by week we observe that mother is losing strength. This is the 82 day since her accident.NPUGleaner May 13, 1915, par. 10

    W. C. White.

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