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SEMI-MONTHLY.
VOL. XXVI. FEBRUARY 1, 1905. No. 3

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CONTENTS.

Views from the Watch Tower........................ 35
Will the Welsh Revival Spread?................ 35
What a Famous Preacher Sees................... 35
What Rev. Carter, D.D., Thinks................ 36
Bible Chronology and the Archaeologists........... 36
Babel and Its Results......................... 37
Scientific Dates Too Long..................... 39
The Scholarly Fable........................... 40
The House of Mercy................................ 40
The Perfect Copy (Poem)........................... 43
"Ever Give Us This Bread."........................ 43
Public Ministries of the Truth.................... 48
Special Items..................................... 35

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"DAILY HEAVENLY MANNA."

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This little book of 200 pages is, we feel sure, just the thing every WATCH TOWER reader will want to have on his breakfast table. It contains a Scripture text for each day of the year, and following it twelve to fifteen lines of comment by Brother Russell--pithy selections from WATCH TOWER articles, with references, so that you can turn and read further should you so desire. The selections were made by Sister G. W. Seibert and show her particularity and carefulness. They will last indefinitely, being without year date. At the Bible House breakfast table we first read the text, ask for questions on it and discuss it, and then read the TOWER extract as the closing comment.

Wholesale prices to TOWER readers: 20c cloth bound, 60c leather bound--postage included. [page 34]

OUR OFFICE WORK DELAYED.

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Illness of office helpers and the usual rush of our correspondence department at this season have unavoidably delayed our replies to some of our esteemed correspondents, as well as delayed several issues of the WATCH TOWER. We are doing our best and believe that the Lord accepts this, and trust that all of our dear readers will be patient also.

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r3497 VIEWS FROM THE WATCH TOWER.
r3498 BIBLE CHRONOLOGY AND THE ARCHAEOLOGISTS.
r3500 THE HOUSE OF MERCY.
r3502 "EVER GIVE US THIS BREAD."
r3504 ENCOURAGING WORDS FROM FAITHFUL WORKERS.

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SEMI-MONTHLY.
VOL. XXVI. FEBRUARY 15, 1905. No. 4

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CONTENTS.

Views from the Watch Tower........................ 51
The Story of Adam and Eve..................... 51
Forecasting the Financial Future.............. 51
A Brief Statement of Rome's Teachings......... 52
A Strange Prediction.......................... 52
The Satisfaction of Justice....................... 53
Our Lord's Sacrifice was Sufficient........... 54
Justice Deals Only with the Mediator.......... 54
The Feast of Tabernacles.......................... 55
"Ye Shall be Free Indeed"......................... 58
Interesting Questions Answered.................... 61
Our Lord as Abraham's Seed.................... 61
The Church's Relationship to Abraham.......... 62
Encouraging Words from Faithful Workers........... 62

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THE MEMORIAL SUPPER.

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Those who would celebrate the Lord's supper on its anniversary date, this year, should do so after 6 p.m. on Sunday, April 16th. The day following at 3 p.m. will be the anniversary of the Lord's death, on the 14th of Nisan, Jewish reckoning. The day following will begin the Jewish feast of Passover, which lasts a week, but in which we have no special interest except as a type. [page 50]

WATCH TOWER TAGS NOT YET CORRECTED.

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We regret that press of work at the TOWER office has put us so far behind that the date beside your addresses on the wrapper does not show subscriptions recently received. Have patience a little longer, please. We hope to get caught up soon. This is our busy season every way.

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The six debates in one extra issue of the Pittsburg Gazette can still be obtained from the Allegheny address, or from the British or Australian branch offices. These will be supplied while they last at 5 for 5 cents (2-1/2d.) Many who refuse tracts will read these.

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r3506 VIEWS FROM THE WATCH TOWER.
r3507 THE SATISFACTION OF JUSTICE.
r3508 THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES.
r3511 "YE SHALL BE FREE INDEED."
r3513 SOME INTERESTING QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
r3513 ENCOURAGING WORDS FROM FAITHFUL WORKERS.

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