"Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of truth." — (Psalm 60:4)
"Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them." — (Isaiah 13:2)
Devoted To The Defense Of The Church Against All Errors And Innovations
Vol.III No.XI Pg.15
June 1941

In Appreciation

The Bible Banner is doing a work that no one has equaled in fifty years. The treatment you are called on to suffer from those who are obviously in the wrong is one of your very best recommendations. The noise they are raising shows that the Bible Banner is having a telling effect. I have followed you pretty closely and I cannot recall any thing that you have exposed in the churches that every Christian is not solemnly obligated to expose.

Kindly accept my best wishes for success and happiness to you in your work.

James A. Allen, Publisher, Apostolic Times, Nashvhille, Tenn.

Your fight against denominationalism, sectarianism, false doctrine, worldliness and compromise continues to be appreciated by all who believe and know the truth. Let the battle continue unabated. I marvel at the accuracy of your predictions for example, the prediction that Charles M. Neal could not be depended on to defend the truth and was headed toward denominationalism: that the Christian Leader would die when brethren knew the truth. I marvel, too, at your ability to "look unto Jesus the author and finisher of your faith" and therefore expose with equal fervor the error of your bitterest enemy or closest friend. It is this, Brother Wallace, which makes even your bitterest critics admit, "Wallace plays no favorites." My appreciation for the great service you have rendered the brotherhood in the past and for the good you are doing today continues to grow. Perhaps you do not need encouragement from such as I, yet even a farm horse pulls better if he receives a word of encouragement occasionally so here it is and please keep up the fight! We seldom pray at our house but that we ask the Great Heavenly Father to keep His everlasting arms underneath you and give you strength to press the battle. The persecution, sorrow, tears, heartaches and long hours of labor here are not to be compared to the joys which you shall certainly know when the day dawns and the shadows flee away.

Yours in the kingdom,

George W. DeHoff, Portsmouth, Ohio.