鈥楧ec. 9.鈥擨 have just come from the City,鈥攚e live more than half-a-mile out of it. O, my Laura, a wide door is open before us. I was told that Batala is a place where we could not read the Bible: but I have copied a great deal into my Bible picture-book; and there is no let or hindrance that I can see in showing the pictures, and reading the descriptions, which are God鈥檚 own Word.... I find that a good way to begin, when I enter a house, is by showing off my Zouave. ... Every one is delighted with it. A good large group of women and children assemble.... It is harder for me to understand the women, than it is for them to understand me,鈥攖hey sometimes jabber so; and if they mix Panjabi, I am all at sea. In the evenings I intend to do a little Panjabi with Florrie; and in return I teach her to play the guitar. I have begun to learn the alphabet, which has thirty-five letters. We hope next week to have an Urdu Munshi; but I only intend to have one hour and a half with him [i.e. daily].... av视频 av在线 av天堂 av电影 亚洲av av女优 日本av 成人av 在线av 欧美av 好看的av电影 And can never be Mission Miss Sahibas again!鈥? 鈥楾here is another thing which has intensely sweetened my Missionary life. It is finding myself a member of the Missionary Family. It has been said that there are no friendships like those made in youth. It has not been my experience. I have no dearer friendships than those made in advanced years. God has given me a number of new Relatives (I call them dharm nephews and nieces), and the tie is as real as that made by blood-relationship.... 鈥楤ut oh, what a solemnising thought it is!鈥擳he likeness to Him, which we know will be apparent in another world, to begin in this! The glass of our souls, so spotted and dusty,鈥攕potted with sin, and dusty with pettiness,鈥攖o be cleansed and polished, so as to receive such an Image! But you and I, love, have caught a glimpse of that Image in those whom we have been privileged to know; have we not?鈥?