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I.L.P. SOUTH WALES ORGANISER. a RETURNS TO CHRISTIANITY. At a meeting held at Heolyfelin Welsh Bap- tist Chapel, Trecynon, the pastor, the Rev. Cynog Williams, read the following letter from Mr. J. H. it.A., the South Wales organiser of thol.L.P. 19, London-road, Neath, 4th October, 1907.-The Rev. Cynog Williams.—Dear Sir, I have before me the "Weekly Post" report of a sermon of yours on Christianity and secularism. I don't think Christian- ity requires to be defended, but so specious are the facts of secularism that in my judg- ment, for the sake of the young folks :t should be demonstrated that secularism is illogical. Personally I cannot feel that it is my duty to reply to you through the papers. I think, however, that you are entitled to know that after 18 years opposi- tion to Christianity, I have during the past 10 months heard the voice of the Saviour calling me, and four months ago peace en- tered my soul. On the 27th of the the present month (D.V.) I hope to be baptised at Ebenezer Chapel, Burnley, Lancashire, and thus pub- licly testify to the power of Jesus.-With regards, yours fraternally,—GEORGE H. BIBBINGS.

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