Daily Life [Religious Essays]

Daily Life [Religious Essays]

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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. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...Is he out of danger even while under his mother's care? Will she guard him from Satan and sin? Will she pray for him to God, as she entreats the doctor to do all to save him for her? Will she, perhaps, poison his soul or lead him in unhealthy ways, where his spiritual life is sure to sicken and fade? And, when he grows up, what foes must he face, what infection of sin must he come near. If a child die, he is safe: he goes where no harm can reach him. If he lives, who can tell but that he lives to die for ever? He is out of danger if he dies. If he recovers, he is in danger, and is not safe till he has died well. Look again at that man who on his sick bed has been brought low in spirit, and has learned of his sin and his Saviour. He prays now. He is full of shame for past neglect. He sees how he should have lived. He knows how God claims his love. With all his will he tries to lay hold on the grace of God and go to his Father and seek life. Is he "out of danger " when the disease yields, and he rises from his bed, and turns his back on the grave and his face to the world? Do not those who watch for his soul tremble for him now, even while they rejoice in his being spared? Do they not know how sore a trial he must pass through, how much grace he will need in the great danger of coming into the world once more? The world looks very fair and bright, when we see it after we thought we were done with all its good things. It has all the fresh charm of novelty and all the charm of old associations. Friends are glad to greet us, and the work and joys of the world M ait for us. Very few there are who do not fall. The danger is a real one, and few are humble and strong enough to pass safely through it. Well may men dread this danger, well...show more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 259g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236982320
  • 9781236982322