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    June 3, 1915

    Word from “Elmshaven”

    EGW

    We quote the following from a letter just received from Eld. W. C. White in regard to his mother:NPUGleaner June 3, 1915, par. 1

    “From Wednesday, May 12, she was stronger, and was able to eat better than for several weeks. Thursday, May 20, she was not so well. Friday she could not eat anything, and for a few days she grew weaker rapidly.NPUGleaner June 3, 1915, par. 2

    “Tuesday morning, May 25, she was very weak, but her mind seemed clear, and when i asked if she was comfortable, she said:NPUGleaner June 3, 1915, par. 3

    “‘I am very weak. I am sure this is my last sickness. I am not worried at the thought of dying. I feel comforted all the time, that the Lord is near me. I am not anxious. The preciousness of the Saviour has been so plain to me. He has been a Friend. He has kept me in sickness and in health.NPUGleaner June 3, 1915, par. 4

    “‘I do not worry about the work I have done. I have done the best I could. I do not think that I shall be lingering long. I do not expect much suffering. I am thankful that we have the comforts of life in time of sickness. Do not worry. I go only a little before the others.’”NPUGleaner June 3, 1915, par. 5

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