Prison Work

Some time ago I was impressed by an article in the Journal, the title, or thought of which was, "In due season we shall reap, if we faint not." To-day, after many months of continuous work in the County Jail in Salt Lake City, one whom I visited there, and later at the penitentiary, —attended our church. On seeing him enter, the above beautiful text occurred to me.

Wednesday of each week is visiting day at the prison, and with other Scientists, representing both churches of the city, it has been my privilege, pleasure, and sacred duty to be a messenger and witness for Truth.

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