Andrew Bonar

TO REV. DR. ANDREW, GLASGOW

20 INDIA STREET, GLASGOW, 23rd January 1892
MY DEAR FELLOW-PILGRIM,
—Very many thanks for your Visit to Palestine. It is a capital book for the young, and reading your narrative is just like taking a walk with you and hearing you all the time calling our attention to sights and scenes... . We must have a talk about all these things. I am not at all pleased at your expressing doubt as to 'Lazarus' Tomb!' I went down into it, and thought it so grand to stand on Resurrection ground. And now you are robbing me of that delight. 'Thy Land, O Immanuel !' No wonder we feel it to be sacred. Again sending you my warmest thanks, believe me, your brother and companion in tribulation; and in the kingdom and patience of Christ,
ANDREW A. BONAR.

Transcribed from Reminiscences of Andrew A.Bonar D.D. first published
LONDON, HODDER AND STOUGHTON,
27 Paternoster Row
1895
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