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MEETINGS.

ST. ANDREW'S MISSION

The special -campaign is being .con- '• • 'turned in St. Andrew's Church, and interest is steadily growing. Mr Bis-* : - ■ sett's addresses are heart-searching and full of interest. Miss Bissett's singing rw-^ j is most effective,' bearing the message home to many hearts. As the-meet- '■-. ings proceed it is believed that many : •■ ■■ are being awakened to see the greatneks of ,J?heir privileges in Christ, and made to feel their , responsibilities' as His followers, while many others are-" : bfeing .aroused to feel their need of the Saviour. ' 'The mission, is .saicl to be" ■-.'-Vr doing great'; things ; for' and should^leave • a marked ;<sffect upon ,':■■ . the spiritual'■"■ life, of the cpngregataon. : At each . week-night service a- good ' many from the other churches- have.::.;?; • been present. Last night Mr Bissetfc/! K^ . spoke on "Sin," and by many ißustra- .' \[' w< '• tions of its working from the Scrip-v":: tures and from expei-ience, he showed.-".' its power in every human heart;;. and; urged-upon all.the accepting of, Christ : : as the only Saviour and cleanser, from • sin. This special mis^on will close on.■:;:"Sunday evening., and will be the final : opportunity fi?i-. hearing, . Mr Bis-sett, who comes highly recommended by the; Rev; John McNeil!, ,the great Scotch ■..■ | evangelist. He says: . ."Bissett goes': l»t6 a work for which he'.is'.gr^atly quaJiiied. He has had;a' ei'e'at. preparation,,. v and 1 believe a. -great woi-k"..'Ke.s :beforo>. , him." - " ■'■- ' .'; • '17.:'"' . '. :.' \

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MEETINGS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9610, 15 May 1919

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MEETINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9610, 15 May 1919

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