Memoir of the Life of John Henry Ware, Jr Volume 2

Memoir of the Life of John Henry Ware, Jr Volume 2

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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. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ... same sermon? Is not this sound doctrine? Did you ever practise on it? Did you ever write a sermon in the manner of your letter? Try it, --try it, --and, my word for it, you will have found a jewel. Bah! what a homily I have made! No matter, -you sent me a dissertation, and here is one in return. " How glad I am, you like Oberlin; and I agree with you about the book, --it ought to have been four times better. If I had read it before being in France, I should certainly have gone to Waldbach. " Spring is just coming on, like a Russian summer, all at once. By the way, have you read Reinhard's ' Memoirs'? There 's another man for you! What miserable pigmies we are! what idle cumberers of the ground! Reinhard and Oberlin do wonders; and we live along, and die, when we might be--not as useful as they, but less of nothingarians. We all need regeneration. " Good night, dearest brother. God bless you. Irejoice with devout gratitude of soul in all the goodl hear of you, the improvement you make, and your acceptable labors. Go on, and prosper. You have gained much; you are destined to gain and do more. Courage and onward. Oceans of love to all of you." TO HIS SON. During the prevalence of the Cholera " CAMBRIDGE, JULY 18, 1832. " We have no apprehension of thedisease here, and even in Boston, so admirable is the preparation, that I think it will hardly find any victims. In all this we have reason to rejoice and be grateful. But, while we think of it thus, we cannot help being impressed with the thought, that there are other dangers to life more near us, and other evils greater; and, if Providence delivers us from the pestilence, it ought to warn us to look at them. I have been thinking a good...
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  • Paperback | 84 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 168g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236836316
  • 9781236836311