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A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

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From the Studio
Conducted by THE SALVATION Army With an Address by General BooTH
Order of Service :
Opening Song, ' Jesus, the Name high over all ' Prayers by Lieut.-Colonel ORSBORN
Bible Reading (Mark x, verses 46-52) by Mrs-
Major Sansom
Meditation,' Hanover,' by the International Staff
Band
Talk by Lieut.-Colonel MCILWRAITH (Anbai),
'Experiences during 36 years' missionary service in India'
Song, ' Hark, the Gospel news is sounding,' by Salvationist Miners from Abertillery
Address by General BOOTH
Closing Hymn, ' Just as I am ' Benediction

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