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WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY
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THE TEMPLE—NEW YORK CITY
December 7th was “Dedication Day” at THE TEMPLE. It is conveniently located at Nos. 22-26 West 63d St., near Central Park, Columbus Circle Entrance.
The 10.30 a. m. service, besides praise and prayer, consisted of a sermon from 1 Corinthians 3:17: “The Temple of God is holy, which temple ye are.” At 2.30 p.m. there was a Symposium of twelve speakers who ably discussed the topic “Gratitude”—Thankfulness. At 4 p.m. about 850 participated in a grand Testimony Meeting. At the evening service Pastor Russell gave another discourse. All seemed to enjoy the day; and so far as heard all expressed pleasure with THE TEMPLE.
1914—MOTTO TEXT CARDS—1914
Our Motto Text for the New Year is “Be Strong and of Good Courage.” (Joshua 1:9.) These are promised by December 15. Price, on neat cards, 6 cents each postpaid. In quantities for classes, postpaid, 40 cents per dozen, or $3.00 per hundred.
LARGE MOTTOES FOR MOUNTING
We have secured some new large mottoes, size 15×20 inches, for framing. They are of four designs of beautiful flowers, and still greater variety of texts. We have put these up in tubes for safety—four for $1; postage prepaid.
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— December 15, 1913 —