Similar scenes were witnessed at Bethania, Treharris, months preceding the outburst at Loughor. Meetings were held each night, and even in the forenoon. Mothers prayed for their daughters, and daughters for their fathers. Men notorious for their sinful habits and indifference to the appeals that had been made to them, were convicted of their sin. The meetings lasted for hours. People congregated from the outlying districts; order and decency prevailed; but there was no mistaking the fervour and the enthusiasm. From, 'The Welsh Religious Revival 1904-05', by Rev. J. Vyrnwy Morgan, 1909.