To: Lizzie Ann
From: Maurice Lewis (Lizzie Ann's Father)
April 20th 1913
Dear Lizzie Ann, David and all the children
Just a word to say that we are all pretty well today, hoping that you are all fairly well. David's father was a little better on Saturday. Dear, it's a very fine day here and God seems to smile on us again with fine weather. We must feel very thankful to God for all is love and sparing mercies to us all. There are so many called away these days - I enjoyed Mr Fr. Davies sermon this morning very much. The texts were St Luke, 4th chapter, part of 18th verse: 'he hath sent me to preach deliverance to the captives', the 11th chapter to Hebrews, part of the 35th verse; 'others were tortured not accepting deliverance'. It seemed to me to be a very beautiful sermon.
Hoping dear that you have been able to enjoy this day, a refreshing we want continually. May God bless you all. I hope John is doing something and Lona much help. The account we get from Johnny in London is not very bright. I pray that God my help him in is weakness and restore him soon to health. We must say thy will be done. So no more at present. With our very best love to you all.
M, E, Fr
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