Methodist Union (Poem by James McIntyre)

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Lines on Methodist Union

September, 1883

By James McIntyre

A pleasing sight to-day we see,
Four churches joined in harmony,
There difference was but trivial,
But strove each other to outrival.
In friendship now they do unite,
And Satan only they do fight,
And they'll plant churches in North West,
Where they can serve the Lord the best.

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