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kind, even overly generous, and capable as any company could wish, and Weatherby remembered often to thank God for sending this sinner among them. It almost seemed to him that if he could make Summers see, he would have done his work for the Kingdom of Heaven.
He finished his final prayer and motioned Summers up and had him put the questions: Did the Sioux want to learn the ways of God? Did they want to be saved?
Summers spoke in Indian gutturals, filling in with what he called sign language, and the Sioux nodded, all of them, men and women alike, and an old chief rose and spoke at length, using signs, too, standing so controlled and dignified that Weatherby would have envied him had not envy been unworthy.
" What did he say, Brother Summers?"
" It's a go. They want to learn the big medicine of the white man."
Medicine, Weatherby thought. Medicine? For an instant he had a notion to speak out, to scold the chief for his low misunderstanding of the high and holy, and then it struck him that the chief was right. The way of God was medicine, medicine for the suffering soul. He made an inward note to use the illustration with white congregations.
" What else, Brother Summers?"
" He says they figure the Book of God will keep meat in their lodges and help 'em against their enemies."
" It will save their immortal souls. Tell them that."
" Ain't any word or sign for soul that I know of, unless it's spirit or maybe shadow."

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