To: Lizzie Ann
From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)
January 5th 1913
Dear Lizzie Ann
Just a word to say that we are all pretty well, hoping dear that you are improving. We all feel very much for you. Dear, this is a strange way that you are led at the present. God moves in mysterious ways, his wonders to perform. He plants his footsteps in the sea and rides upon the storm. Deep in unfathomable mines of never failing skill he treasures up is bright designs and works his sovereign will.
I liked the first lesson this morning. It was the 91st Psalm. Mr Davies is with us today. The text was Romans, 13th chapter, 11 & 12th verses: that it was time to awake out of sleep. There are a lot of friends enquiring about you and I hope that you have had a letter from Mrs Briggs and Mrs Thomas. We hope that the children are cared for by David and the neighbours. May God be with you in your loneliness. So I have not much more to say at present.
From Father & Mother, Sister & Alun
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