Greetings brethren, it is truly a wonderful experience to be here, my wife and I certainly wish to express our gratitude to all of you, a warm welcome, and also, just for most of all the fact that you have been willing to stand up for the truth and you have been willing to be counted. This is a happy day for my wife and me, but it is also in some ways a sad day and not because I'm looking back, not because we haven't counted the cost or we don't know what we are doing. I've been counting the cost for years. When I left home in 1948 to enter Ambassador College my parents virtually disowned my brother and me, and said well if you go to that Armstrong College we'll never give you a dime.
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