Behold He Cometh in the Clouds; A Religious Treatise from Inspiration and Illumination

Behold He Cometh in the Clouds; A Religious Treatise from Inspiration and Illumination

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ..." and conversion "sanctification," and leaving sanctification clear out of the church. It is the Lord who convicts thru His servants and the church converts thru its holiness, and Christ sanctifies thru His-word. The truth of holiness-I will claim sprinkle water upon you, and ye shall be clean. Water means truth. The time came again for the Lord to show me-more about man. A gentleman came to my house. lt was Mr. Craig. I saw him before that, and had helped him buy a drove ofcattle and kept him all night. I went several days with him and fed all of his cattle. and kept them over night; and henever asked me what I charged for all that. Vhen he camel was lIus.' plnwing--ln'caling land for corn. lle said that I must gm with him: that he-as goiiig to l.t'li-llCl' Coimty;-.-, _-, .a 4--;.-..: .."...=-___-._-__----_-_Qh.__-'----to buy cattle. I said to him, " That is too big a trip for me to take for nothing." He said, "I will pay you something if you will go with me." I said, " If you will pay my bill for myself and my horse and give me fifty cents and allow me to buy a yoke of oxen and you pay the expenses back home, I will go." He said, " All right." We went the first day to 'Lige-Fuller's, on Troublesome, in Perry county, and stayed all night. 'Lige was not at home. His wife took us in and treated us all right. She gave us supper and breakfast and charged us seventy-five cents. While we were there the next morning I had a talk with the old man Fuller--'Lige's father. He knew my father and grandfather and talked.pcrtly. While we were in the dining-room eating, he died. I went in and laid him out. Mr. Fuller was more

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  • Paperback | 140 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236905946
  • 9781236905949