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John Nelson Parr, Fleetwood, Lancs. England.
March, 1972.

“Incredible”: autobiography of John Nelson Parr — Contents
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(A draft of the first Constitution was attached to this Circular.)
Heaton Chapel,
23rd January, 1924.
Beloved in Christ Jesus,
 Greetings! I enclose herewith, a rough draft of a few proposals which will D.V. be brought forward for consideration at the conference which it is hoped will be held on the 1st February at Birmingham.
 If you do not heartily endorse any or all the Minutes shown, please do not allow this to keep you from the conference, as I accept sole responsibility for these proposals, and although they have been prayerfully drawn up so that we should have something definite before us, I will with all my heart, welcome any other suggestions you may have to make so as to accomplish the objects detailed in our first circular.
 May I suggest that you read through these proposals very prayerfully, and make a careful note of your suggested alterations, amendments or additions, so that when in the Will of God, we come together the time will be profitably spent.
 May we have a real time of fellowship and unity, also a wonderful consciousness of the Presence of God.
 Yours very Sincerely in our One Lord,

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