The Berean Expositor
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In Loving Memory
p. 141
It is with a profound sense of loss that we record the
falling asleep in Christ, on 27th November, 1947, at his
home in Amersham, Bucks., of our beloved brother
The fellowship now broken by death, and which reached
to within one month of forty years, was as unique as it was
full.  Without in any sense undervaluing the unstinted
fellowship which has been extended to us during all these
years of endurance for the faith, we believe we can say
without reserve of our brother's loyal friendship:
"I have no man like-minded."
We who are left bow in the presence of infinite Wisdom,
and know that we shall honour his memory best by a
deeper consecration of ourselves to the furtherance of that
truth for which the best years of Mr. Brininger's life were
so unselfishly devoted.
It is with some sense of ultimate triumph, even in our
present sense of loss and sorrow, that we use the language
of the Apostle in our tribute to his memory:
"I have finished my course,
I have kept the faith."