John M. Pfautz
and drinking from the dashing streams. After reading three of your books and discerning your spirit and character I said What hath God wrought, for surely you are Gods handiwork and I do most sincerely thank God for such men as you. Gladly do I with you pray, Thy kingdom come thy will be done in Earth as it is in Heaven and for the time to come when they shall not hurt or destroy in05904all the holy mountain (kingdom) and peace cover all the earth as the waves cover the sea.May God give you many glorious days is my earnest prayer.John M. Pfautz.Lisbon Iowa.05904
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