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Copyright, 1893, by
EATON & MAINS PRESS
reer in many of the leading cities and churches in Methodism; his success as a pastor whose ministry has been attended everywhere by great revivals; his successful care and nurture of young converts, whereby ninetyeight per cent of the probationers were brought into full membership in the Church, are sufficient evidences of his peculiar fitness to prepare a helpful Companion for young converts. Perhaps no one so well qualified by long and rich experience for the task has ever attempted such a chart.
While this new Companion contains, necessarily, some things common to similar booklets, like our “ Articles of Religion " and our “General Rules," it also embodies many things original in the life work of the author. We send forth this little volume with confidence that it will be welcomed warmly by pastors as an important help in the nurture of young converts." It should be placed in the hand of each probationer on the day that marks h's or her first step in Church relations
New York, September, 1893.