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"The night is far spent, the day is at hand."
As the darkness deepens with the close of this dispensation,
and as the day approaches unto which we press, so it becomes
increasingly incumbent upon us to "redeem the time". In view of
"the night" and "the day" may every article of The Berean
Expositor be written--and read.
We cannot please all our readers, as some would appreciate
this or that innovation, but we seek to fulfil our ministry as
accountable to one Master only. It is, however, with great
thankfulness that we quote from a letter just received, and we trust
it may find an echo in the hearts of our readers. It expresses what
is, at least, our desire if not our achievement.
"We are thankful for The Berean Expositor; and the friends
who are willing prayerfully to study, and to go over things
quietly, are learning to appreciate it. It does not appeal to
some--they want a reading magazine, quite easy--and such
things as are written in this make demand upon us to tarry and
seek the light and power of the Spirit of God."
"Let us therefore cast of . . . . . Let us put on . . . . . Let us
walk decently . . . . ." (Rom. 13: 11-14).
Yours in the fight of faith,
CHARLES H. WELCH
FREDK. P. BRININGER