Hours of Spiritual Refreshment, Tr. by M. Geneste

Hours of Spiritual Refreshment, Tr. by M. Geneste

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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. 1840 edition. Excerpt: ...me around, and encompass me in on every side, --and yet I have peace. War without, peace within. My enemies are numerous; I fear not for their multitude. The danger is great; yet I am in safety. The enemy rage; the more their violence, the more courageously am I enabled to face them. You ask how this can be 1 I will inform you. Satan cannot rob me of my peace, though he devises one mischief after another. I desire not peace with him, for then it would be ill with me, for he has no peace with any but his friends: the peace, therefore, I have, I must possess, notwithstanding the violence of his rage against me. Christ gives me peace, comforts my heart, relieves me from fear and alarm, and raises me above the dread of all my enemies. This is the peace of God which keepeth. the heart and mind in Jesus Christ, and passeth all understanding. In the midst of danger, it gives security; in weakness it affords the greatest power and strength; and makes me rich and content in poverty and want. It attracts the soul to Christ that it may taste his sweetness, and the more it knows of Christ, the more doth it cleave to him, till in him, as in a strong tower, it finds safety and rest. And what power can drive it thence? Not only doth Jesus keep the heart safe, but also joyful; and not only joyful, hut courageous; yea, more than conqueror, and fearless of all enemies. I will in all things cheerfully acquiesce in the will of my gracious God and Father, so shall I enjoy peace in the midst of trouble. ON THE TRUE CHRISTIAN. All, and yet nothing--this is the description of man. He is all since he is a brief epitome of all creatures, and has something in common with all. With the stone he has this in common, that he is a substance; with the trees and plants, .show more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236768140
  • 9781236768148