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The good work of our Lord is still progressing in the churches of this vicinity. On the last Sunday in April it was our happy privilege to lead seven joyful converts down into the baptismal waters, at New Vernon. Nearly twenty-five have been baptized and received into the New Vernon and Middletown and Wallkill churches during the past winter and spring, and we hope there are others about to own their Lord and Master, by a public espousal of his name. Although for a portion of the time we have been disabled by illness, to preach or to administer, still the work of the Lord has not in the slightest degree been retarded. His arm was made bare, so that nothing but his arm could be seen in gathering his sheep, and carrying them in his bosom. O, may his work continue, and spread far and wide, and all the churches of his saints be made joyful in the God of their salvation.

Middletown, N. Y.
May 1, 1860.

Elder Gilbert Beebe
Editorials Volume 4
Pages 341-342