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Page 62 - If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us; but if we confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
Page 420 - LIGHT in the DWELLING; or, a Harmony of the Four Gospels, with very Short and Simple Remarks adapted to Reading at Family Prayers, and arranged in 365 sections, for every day of the year. By the Author of "The Peep of Day," "Line upon Line,
Page 260 - Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry, and that thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house ? When thou seest the naked, that thou cover him, and that thou hide not thyself from thine own flesh...
Page 165 - Father, I love you much. Your visit and your presence have made my heart white as milk. The words of your mouth are sweet as honey, but the words of a resurrection are too great to be heard. I do not wish to hear again about the dead rising! The dead cannot arise ! The dead must not arise!' ' Why,' I inquired, 'can so great a man refuse knowledge, and turn away from wisdom?
Page 143 - I taste nothing sweet but the " bread that came down from heaven, " to give life unto the world || ;" now mine eyes see nothing but Jesus rising from the dead; now my ear refuseth all kind of melody to hear the song of them that have gotten victory of the beast, and of his image, and of his mark, and of the number of his name, that stand on the sea of glass, " having the harps of God, and singing...
Page 417 - LINE UPON LINE; or, a Second Series of the Earliest Religious Instruction the Infant Mind is capable of receiving ; with Verses illustrative of the Subjects. By the author of " The Peep of Day,
Page 272 - ... some fine cheeses. They have been in the garret and deposited a load or two of flour, and a bag of buck-wheat, and another of meal. They have been in the study and placed an easy chair, and a rug before it, for their pastor has left life's meridian behind him. They have been in the pantry, and left a barrel of sugar, a chest of tea, and a cask of molasses. The children find with surprise a nice new great coat hanging in the hall, as if it were quite at home. And on mamma's bed a web to make frocks,...
Page 420 - NIGHT of TOIL ; or, a Familiar Account of the Labours of the First Missionaries in the South Sea Islands. By the Author of " The Peep of Day,"" Near Home,