Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 14 (1899)


Lt 113, 1899

Lindsay, Kate

“Sunnyside,” Cooranbong, New South Wales, Australia

August 9, 1899

This letter is published in entirety in 19MR 144.

Dear Sister Lindsay:

We are very desirous that you should come to Australia before you return to America, for help is greatly needed here. I know of no one whom I would be more pleased to have tarry with us awhile than yourself, so, understanding the needs of the field, I, as the steward of God, ask you to come. 14LtMs, Lt 113, 1899, par. 1

You may have received a telegram before this reaches you. I hope you have. Several of us talked the matter over and decided to telegraph; but the seat of operations in business lines moved to Stanmore, and we have had no special information concerning the matter. But if you are in Capetown when this reaches you, come, by all means, and see us. See what has been done, and what still needs to be done in this field. I have sent several letters to the responsible men in Capetown. May the Lord reveal His good pleasure to you, and impress your mind that this is the right thing for you to do, is the prayer of 14LtMs, Lt 113, 1899, par. 2

Your sister. 14LtMs, Lt 113, 1899, par. 3