A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Hartford, January 29th, 1865
"[...]And now the thread was taken up once more, and the result of prayer and study was, that in 1813, in that ancient Church[C] where for some time he had been a worshipper, a Church with which are associated the dearest and most cherished memories of my own ministerial life, our Father was made in Holy Baptism "a member of Christ, the child of God, and an inheritor of the kingdom of Heaven." His confirmation followed at an interval of scarce a week; and then all his leisure time was given to the study of Theology. Three years later, he knelt to receive at the honored hands of Hobart, his warrant to serve in the lowest of the Holy Orders, and in the same year was advanced to the "good degree" of the Priesthood. [C] St. George's, Schenectady, N. Y. And now he has gained the condition of life to which God had so clearly[...]."
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