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REMINISCENCES

BY C. A. LAMB.
Written June, 1874

And after a little I had the happiness of seeing these old ministers take each other by the hand and renew their fellowship for each other. And Elder Comstock was again kindly received by the brethren into their hearts and their houses, and the clouds which had obscured the light of these little churches began to recede and a new light began to irradiate the surrounding darkness. With Brother Comstock and family I soon formed a pleasant acquaintance. As Brother Comstock was laboring under the patronage of the same board, we were led to cooperate upon the field. Sometimes we went out together, and sometimes we alternated, and one preached on one day, and was followed by the other upon another day, perhaps a week or two ahead. We traveled as far as Romeo to the north-east, and as far as Saline to the south-west, preaching, one or the other of us, in one or all of the following places: Pontiac, Stony Creek, Romeo, Southfield, Farmington, Bedford, Nankin, Plymouth, passing through Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor. Though we had no stated appointments farther south than Bedford, Nankin, and Plymouth, I call to mind one little incident which occurred in our appointments which happened to be alternated at Togus Plains, in Nankin. I preached there, and took occasion to dwell upon the immutability of God's gracious purposes to save sinners, and the certainty that when He began a good work He would carry it on until His people were all safely brought home.

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