Witnessed to lads but was let down: Now what did I mean by that? Could the word read as “let” in fact be “bit”? — “[I] witnessed to [some] lads but [not very effectively because I] was [feeling a] bit down.” This would accord with the earlier statement: “[I] was in [a bad] mood.”
Went tracking a bit—was in mood.
Witnessed to lads but was let down.
Prayed with Robert, Ken, Aud and
was blessed. Talking with Elsie W.
and Elsie Gooding (who had come
from parents’ evening).
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