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I might multiply at great length incidents illustrating the great value of this colportage work, but I must now content myself with adding only the following: A father sent to his son in the army the tract, ‘Are you Ready?’ and was soon after rejoiced by the reply: ‘Yes, sir! I can now say that I am ready. The tract you sent awakened me. I have gone to Jesus for salvation, and am prepared now for whatever may await me.’ A mother sent her son Dr. J. A. Broadus's tract—‘We are Praying for You at Home’—and added the simple words: ‘Yes! we are praying for you, Charley, that you may become a Christian.’ That boy saw no peace until he found Christ and experienced sweet ‘peace in believing.’ A soldier once asked me for a copy of the tract, ‘You Must Labor for Salvation,’ saying that it had been blessed to his own conversion—that he had given it to a comrade, and he, too, had been converted— and that he now wanted to distribute all of the copies he could get.
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