To Mr. E. T. Sturdy
DEAR AND BLESSED FRIEND,
It is useless to express my gratitude for your kindness; it is too great for expression. . . .
I have a cordial invitation from Miss Müller, and as her place is very near to yours, I think it will be nice to come to her place first for a day or two and then to come over to you.
My body was very ill for a few days, which caused this delay in writing you.
Hoping soon for the privilege of mingling hearts and heads together.
I remain, ever yours in love, and fellowship in the Lord,