Beacons of the Bible by Henry Law.
"Allow a few words to premise my purpose in thus approaching you. I am constrained by feelings fervent-affectionate-deep-seated. Let gratitude be first named. I should indeed be heartless, if I were untouched by kindness: and I should be worse than heartless, if not moved exceedingly, when kindness is exceeding.
Next, duty bids me thus speak. I owe you service in the holiest sense. I hold a spiritual office. I hold o spiritual office. I am here to promote the interests of your immortal souls. Next, intense desire should not be silent. Duty is a cold term for ardent feeling. A lukewarm ministry is o withering blight. It is on iceberg in the Church. Next attention is here called to Genesis. Where all is marvellous and all divine, no part can hove surpassing worth.
Accept, then, these Beacons as assurance of sincere desire that you should be the happiest among the happy - the most joyous among the joyful - the most holy among the holy - the most godlike among the godly - the most saintly among the saints - the most heavenly-minded among the heavenly - the most glorious among the glorified. This state of grace will be in proportion os you dwell in Christ, one Christ in you.
May your souls be wholly swallowed up in Him! Then your sins are all forgiven and blessed will be life's little speck - glorious will be heaven's eternal."