That is another interesting depiction David, the words I  quoted are actually written (dare not say etched)within a circle on the glass in the Oratory.
Mike
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sort of -
see
 

http://www.littlegiddingchurch.org.uk/lgchtmlfiles/detailfiles/int5nf.html
 
 
regards
 
David
 
 
 
 
On 30 September 2010 23:24, Mikemail <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
 
The words are depicted on the glass in the Oratory of Little Gidding Church

"It is the right, good, old way you are in; keep in it."    
 
Nicholas Ferrar, of Little Gidding, speaking to his brother, shortly before his death
 
 
 
 
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"Yet gave me, in this dark estate,
    To see the good from ill"
 
"If I am right, thy grace impart,
    Still in the right to stay;
If I am wrong, oh teach my heart
    To find a better way."
 
Cheers,
 CR



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