all he could for Christ.
（5.) It was fully and satisfactorily proved in our regiment that true soldiers of the Cross made the best soldiers for their country.
（6.) I don't remember but some four or five who told me that they would devote the rest of their time to the ministry. Captain J. A. Herndon, of Pittsylvania, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, expected to do so. Brother W. A. Morefield, of Halifax; Brother Hodges, Methodist Episcopal; Brother C. Penick, Episcopal Church; Brother C. F. James (Captain Company F, Eighth Virginia), of Loudon, whom I baptized, is now at Richmond College preparing himself for the ministry. No doubt many others will decide to go and do likewise .
God grant it.
（7.) I baptized about forty.
I was not ordained till December, 1863.
I think I can safely put the whole number of conversions in the brigade at 500, as other chaplains had gracious revivals, and have reason to infer they had many conversions.
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