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1932-11-30 work by Earley on Temple

USBN #71 - February 1933 - page 3

"I would infinitely deplore any cessation, or even an interruption, however

brief, in the magnificent work which is now being undertaken by Mr. Earley and his

associates. It is for the American believers, and particularly those whose

financial resources have been relatively less impaired, to assure, through their

concerted, their constant and self-sacrificing endeavors, the uninterrupted

progress and the successful termination of an enterprise on which so much that is

vital to our beloved Faith must depend. Blessings, unimaginable and incomparably

more potent than any in the past, will assuredly crown their efforts if they only


Your true brother,


Haifa, Palestine

November 30, 1932

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