Excerpt from The Annual Monitor for 1886, or Obituary of the Members of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland, for the Year 1885
After the turmoil and bustle of party and political strife with which the land has been so filled of late, it may he not unprofitable that we should he reminded by a glance at this little volume, that the world passeth away and the lust thereof but he that doeth the will of God abideth for ever. It is not often that the pages of the Annual Monitor have home a clearer tes timony to the assurance of hope that there is in the Lord Jesus Christ, and to the practical reality of that faith in Him, in which it is so good to live and so blessed to die. How many have of late felt that faith shaken to its very foundations, as Reason has been asserting herself, and loudly demanding to he heard In how many hearts is there still the hidden yet Q a my What n c fifth la truth ‘i I am the Way ftﬂlhi an Life, is the answer of a cq ‘fiio 610mm 393.
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