"The days of old to mind I
and oft did think upon
The times and ages that are past
full many years agone"
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MY WIFE ISA FOR
ALL HER HELP IN THE
I have pleasure in writing this short
foreword to the Rev. Robert Hanna's "Centenary Story of
Dromara Reformed Presbyterian Church".
Mr. Hanna has told the story in a
sympathetic and enthusiastic manner. He has gathered his
facts from a wide variety of source material and has
done good work in presenting them clearly and concisely
in a story that is full of interest. The present
generation of members in Dromara have reason to feel
grateful to him for this faithful record of events, and
a rising generation will in turn be inspired to follow
the faith and emulate the deeds of illustrious
The congregation that was born in
adversity has grown to maturity and takes its rightful
place in leadership in a community where its testimony
and integrity are highly respected. This reflects great
credit on the sincerity and industry of succeeding
generations of faithful men and women.
The name of Dromara is held in high
esteem by the whole Covenanting Church on whose behalf I
would extend warm congratulations on the attainment of
this notable anniversary, with the prayer that
continuing loyalty and faithfulness on the part of
pastor and people may lead to still greater days of
blessing from the hands of a Covenant God.