King's Business - 1949-04


A WORD O F APPRECIATION FROM AUSTRALIA 5 Malabar Rd., Blackburn, Victoria, Australia I am doing something tonight which I have been going to do for the past year . I would like to express to you my heart­ felt praise and gratitude for your maga­ zine which has been such a great help to my wife and myself in our Sunday school teaching . Needless to say, we look anxiously every month for the object les­ sons which you are kind enough to pub­ lish,


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