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: For the Children

(Daventry National Programme)
Joan and Betty's Bible Story by Mr. E. R. APPLETON, West Regional Director
' Paul returns to Jerusalem '
TODAY'S story deals with one of the most dramatic moments of St. Paul's journey.
'Behold. I go bound in the spirit unto Jerusalem, not knowing the things that shall befall me there.' These words formed part of St. Paul's farewell message to the Christians at Ephesus. His eyes, like those of his Master, were set towards Jerusalem, though he, too, knew that his life would be in danger. The prophetic note of the episodes that follow is sounded by Agabus who, taking Paul's girdle, binds his own hand and feet, saying: 'So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man that owneth this girdle.'


(From Swansea)
(Daventry National Programme)
Trefn y Gwasanaeth:
Emyn 28, Pa Ie, pa fodd dechreuaf Darllen yr
Ysgrythur Emyn 185, lesu, nid oes terfyn arnat Gweddi, a Gweddi'r Arglwydd, Cyhoeddi a Chasglu Emyn 612, Tyred, lesu, i'r anialweh
Pregeth gan Y Parch T. F. JONES
Emyn 695, Duw Mawr, pa beth a welaf draw ? Y Fendith
(Yr Emynau allan o Lyfr Emynau a Thonau Eglwysi 'r Methodistiaid Calfinaidd a Wesloaidd)
THE origin of the ' Goppa ' Church goes back to the early days of the Methodist Revival in 1736, when Howell Harries formed a society during one of his preaching itineraries. The Society moved from place to place for more than thirty-fivo years, until at last it found a settled home in Goppa in 1773.


Unknown: Methodistiaid Calfi
Unknown: Naidd Cymreig
Unknown: Ysgrythur Emyn
Unknown: Chasglu Emyn
Unknown: T. F. Jones
Unknown: Vincent Davies
Unknown: Lyfr Emynau
Unknown: Thonau Eglwysi
Unknown: Howell Harries

: The Bristol Hippodrome Orchestra



Leader: Norman Brookes
Conductor: Edmund Gaeton

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