I am happy to tell you the glorious Revival, which commenced here in 1859, has not died out, as many enemies of the
cross predicted. The prayer meetings here are well attended, cases of conversion are not few, and the real converts of 1859 are following on to know the Lord. "The Lord's hand is not shortened that it cannot save, neither his car heavy that it cannot hear. Richard Weaver, during his visit to Belfast, started an inquirers-meeting in my house. It has been continued every Tuesday night since the Lord fulfiling the promise He gave us when commencing it. "I will work, and who shall let it?" I can truly state that, with only a few exceptions, every night of meeting the Lord saved souls, among them some converted and many built up in their holy faith. I could fill a small volume with the cases.
"The Revival," April 7th, 1874.