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r' Oh', God, otfF Father; You, who
Gare generqu? who si'dask and
byou shall" receive," we, Your ehil
"! dren'humbly beseech You to
grant that we may receive enough
sjwage to clothe and, feed our
j3odies,;,and-his,t a little leisure, oh
Lord, to give our souls a chance
'jlto grow... r. -J,--"- '
t Ouj employe, who.has plenty,,
I,has denied ou'equest. He has
"misused the law,fto help him to
crush us, but we' appeal to you,"
" our God. and. Father, and to Your
-Maws, which are stronger than
,Ifl& laws J"aae uy man.
' Qh, Ghrist) Thou, who waited
through the long nlgfit-on the
garden of Gethsemane for oneof
Your followers, who. was to be-
-tray You, who in kgony for us"
didst say to Your disciple, vm
you not watch one hour with
Me?" give strength to those who
arp now on picket duty, not- to
feel too bitterly when those who
promised to stand with us in our,
struggles bet.fcay us. .
Oh, God, we pray You give to"
the fathers and mother - of our,
strikers a chance'to-bring up theiij
helpless little'ones,,;. :
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Sjome of the Fraying, Strikers of Kalamazoo.