THIS is another of the famous Bible stories that so many of us learnt as children. It tells how Joseph was the favourite son of his father Jacob, so that his brothers grew jealous of him, and their jealousy was increased by Joseph's dream of the sheaves of corn, so that they sold him to the Ishmaelites. Then comes the incident of the coat of many colours, which thev dabbled in the blood of a kid, and showed to Jacob as proof of their story that Joseph had been killed by an evil beast.
Conducted by the Rev. Canon C. S. WOODWARD
Relayed from St. John's Church, Smith Square
SERVICES designed eipressly for children are one of the happiest features of the Sunday programmes, and Canon Woodward is a most appropriate person to conduct them, as all who have read his books, ' Stories Told to the Scamps ' and ' Jesus Amongst the Children,' will agree.
Rev. Canon C. S.
CONDUCTED IN THE STUDIO BY
THE SALVATION ARMY
Song. ' O Boundless Salvation ' (Words by the Founder of the Salvation Army)
Prayer will be offered by Major KATE LUMMUS
(Assistant Secretary for Candidates)
Meditation on the Hymn, ' When I Survey the Wondrous Cross ' (Arranged by Lieut.-Col. Goldsmith)
' Rockingham ' by The International Staff Band
Song, ' Come, Ye Disconsolate,' sung by selected members of the International Headquarters' Songster Brigade and the Salvation Singers
ADDRESS BY GENERAL BOOTH
Solo, ' The Rugged Cross,' Ensign L. Taylor Hunt
A Personal Testimony
Song, ' Jesus, see me at Thy Feet ' (Words and Music by Lieut.-Col. Slater)
Appeal on behalf of The Self-Denial Fund :
THE Self-Denial Fund of the Salvation Army is one of the few causes that needs no introduction to any listener, for a distinctive part of the Army's policy has always been to make itself and all its many activities known to all sorts and conditions of men. General Booth, too, has become well known to the public in the fifteen years since he succeeded his father as Generalof the Salvation Army.
The address to which donations to the Fund should be sent is The Salvation Army, [address removed]
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