Please Don’t Forget This Time

Keith Clayton

Category: Editorial

Six YEARS AGO some of our friends complained (to us or to others!) that we had ceased to supply them with the magazine. Most of them felt sure it was because they had not recently given toward expenses. A few were specially aggrieved because they had just sent a gift.
Actually finance had nothing at all to do with the matter. We welcome this opportunity to make it quite clear that there never has been any connection between donations received and magazines supplied. We are quite happy to send copies wherever they are appreciated and our mailing list is never compared with our subscription list. Our friends ceased to receive the magazine because they tailed to respond to our request that they should renew their orders.
We decided to revise our mailing list to ensure that magazines were sent only to those who really wanted them, and the new mailing list consisted of those confirmed orders only.
The time has come when we feel we must rewrite the list again. This is not because of financial need gifts have all along enabled us to meet expenses - but because we feel responsible not to waste any of the money entrusted to us, but to ensure as far as we can that all the magazines we print are correctly dispatched and put to good use.
If you have received this magazine direct from us there should be with it an order card and an envelope. Kindly complete this order card carefully (block letters, please!) and post it to us. Please use the envelope so as to protect the card from disfigurement in transit. Do it now - before you forget! Thank you.
If you receive your copy from an assembly parcel please confirm your order to the brother who distributes them. (Distributors will find on page 192 a special note addressed to them).
The new mailing list formed by these order cards will, D.V., come into operation for the January-February, 1959, issue, therefore it is necessary for the cards to be posted to us as soon as possible.
This notice does not apply to overseas orders or to new United Kingdom orders received during 1958. In such cases magazines will be supplied as before without re-ordering.

There are 7 articles in
ISSUE (1958, Volume 9 Issue 6)


Five Aspects of the Burnt Offering

John’s Gospel Chapter 6

Please Don’t Forget This Time

Some Emphases of the Book of Ezra

When Thy Son Asketh Thee

The Yoke, the Cross, and the Thorn

This article is not part of a series

There are 91 articles by this author

We Consider Blessed Those Who Have Persevered

Travelling On My Knees - 2 Corinthians 1.11.

The Teignmouth Gospel Hall

An Appreciation OfIvan Steeds

We Count Them Happy That Endure

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures. Psalm 23. 2

Celebrating 100 years of service for The Western Counties and South Wales Evangelisation Trust

Choice Gleanings

Bethany Residental Home

Who says the Word of God is not important?

Winshill Gospel Hall

Mill Green Gospel Hall


Look for God’s Look for God’s hand in it!

The UK Assembly Address Book

The Benefits of Belonging

Deep-Water Faith!

Emptied to be Filled

Empty Chairs

Merrion Hall, Dublin

Report of Gospel Work & Other Assembly Activity

A Family

A Body

Reports of Gospel Work and other Assembly Activity

A Hospital

The Greater London Crusade

Brierfield, Lancashire

Priter Way, Bermondsey - A Story of Dockside London

Be Neighbourly

Nursing a Grievance

God’s Sovereign working in the Telugu Desh

Don’t make a mistake

In a Devon Coastal Town (Seaton)


Is this your Gospel Meeting?

Special Notice

A Situation we must face

Crediton - from 1850 to 1956

New Hall for Lynmouth

Why and Wherefore?


Spending and being Spent

Canley - Coventry

Dwindling Assemblies

Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility

Income and Expenditure

Resignation of Mr L. F. Morice

Musbury, Devon

Musbury, Devon - 2

Please Don’t Forget This Time

New Committee Members

Income and Expenditure

Holiday Evangelism

Home for Elderly Believers

Eastern Counties Missionary Home

The Holy Spirit

Loughton, Essex

Accounts of the Year ended August 31st, 1959

Our Future Programme

A Library for Biblical Research

Homecall of A. C. Hinton

Our Programme for 1961

Tell Yorkshire

Statement of Accounts for Year End August 1960

Dr John Heading


Home Workers Fund

The Indispensable Man

If God should go on strike

Scripture text posters

Denis Clapham

Views from the News

Copimg with difficulties within a marriage

Bexley Christian Assembly


Slow Down

Golden Bells

Bethel Gospel Chapel

Are you hooked on logic?

I cannot understand

The Bow Assembly, Devon, England

What is Relational Evangelism?

God is ...

Code name: Confusion

Matthew 24. 42

Faskally House and Trust

A Hunger for the Word

Parkside Hall, Maidenhead

2008 China’s Year!

Walk Before God

Yorkshire Christian Camp