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[This might be the wrong document. It might actually be W1102, Female Exertions for Christ]

Jan 1 1900

[First page is partly illegible]

By our exertions we can promote this cause of Christ's kingdom in the various ways he has prescribed to his true followers first by being charitable to the poor and mostly the giving of [?] to those who grow destitute of the comforts and enjoyments of life, inspiring from the [?] discrepancy for the support of the body but also displaying to them that spiritual force, of while if a moment he shall never hunger again.

But exertions for promoting the cause of Christ are manifest not only as it respects ourselves and our immediate neighbours but also as using our services in propigating the knowledge of the true belief.
[The rest of this page is illegible]

That we can promote the cause of Christ by aiding those who [?] toil in his vineyard; encouraging their hands, and strenghtening their hearts by our feeble [?] that their ministry is successful to the salvation [???] Christ himself commanded his disciples to spread his gospel to every city and [??] to every believer and to those who would receive them, they were commanded to pray with them, provided their heavens should provide for their [?] for Christ the beloved is worthy of his love [??] duties are numerous [???] may be effective get the benefit. [???] benefit of ourselves, in as much as we [?] allow [?] passions become initiated to integrity, purity, and uprightness, relying on the divine every moment, kindness, renouncing pleasures, and having [?] desire and residing alone in God. To the improvement [??] being an example [??] established his precious earth and connecting souls from death into age- then the giving of Christ [?] be giving him all the [???] that religion not something but those who trust in the Lord shall be saved-

Honor due unto his name shewing [sic] that by his interception we are enabled to make these exertions along for by his blood alone we can be regenerated.

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