A Manual of Instruction and Devotion for the Practice of the Christian Life; Adapted to Young Persons Who Have Just Been Confirmed

A Manual of Instruction and Devotion for the Practice of the Christian Life; Adapted to Young Persons Who Have Just Been Confirmed

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...compassionate my infirmities, forgive my wickedness, purify my uncleanness, and iet Thy love ever reign and rule in my heart, through the merits and sufferings of Jesus my Saviour. IV. Glory be to Thee, 0 Lord, for my preservation from the perils of the past day, and for all its blessings. Glory. be to Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. All love, all praise and glory be to the One ever blessed and adorable Trinity, for creation and redemption, and for all I have and hope to enjoy. 0 Lord, my Protector, bless, defend, and preserve me from sin and danger this night and for evermore, for Jesus Christ's sake. 1 will lay me down to sleep in peace; under the shadow of Thy wings make me to dwell securely, for the sake of Jesus Thy Beloved. Into Thy hands, 0 God of truth, I.9 commend my soul which Thou hast redeemed. 0 suffer not the purchase of Thy Son's most precious blood to perish. 0 Christ, hear and accept me; pardon all my sins, and the sins of all Thy faithful people. 0 Lord, hear and accept me, and supply all my wants, and the wants of all Thy faithful people. 0 Christ, hear and accept my prayer for mercy, for the dying, and all who are unable to cry unto Thee for themselves. 0ur Father, &c. ' SATURDAY MORNING. I. We cannot expect God will attend to our prayers, when we offer them so supinely that we scarce attend to them ourselves. II. God and religion are our only solid good. We must be like Him to be happy. III. The pleasures of the world are the source of all our misery. We ought to view them in life, as we shall when we draw near to eternity. IV.. If we get all we desire in this world, it will not be ours long, nor comfort us when dying, nor embolden us at the judgment day. V. Duty done is the only thing to bring peace at the last. Temporal...show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123653171X
  • 9781236531711