Up to the First World War I had...

Up to the First World War I had been a regular attendant at some place of worship. In 1915 I joined the Army, was badly wounded in France, and was discharged two years later, unfit for further service. Today I feel very grateful for that early religious training; it saved me from many pitfalls during my war service.

When I returned to normal life, I was not embittered, nor had I lost my belief that there is a God, but I had no desire to attend any church. My wife suffered a severe nervous breakdown, brought about by the loss of our first child. Her doctors had informed me there was nothing else that they could do for her. I can clearly remember how earnestly I desire that something could be done to make her well.

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December 30, 1950
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