The Young Churchman's Miscellany; A Magazine of Religious and Entertaining Knowledge Volume 1

The Young Churchman's Miscellany; A Magazine of Religious and Entertaining Knowledge Volume 1

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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: ... hecome unto Th everlasting kingdom." The congregation, after the services, retired from the sanctuary, ' andthe apostle and presbyter alone remained., ., " Thou wilt remember," said the apostle, "the charge I have given thee this day, for my heart yearns over that young soul, snatched from the delusions of idolatry and dedi-cated to the living Gon." " I will do all in my power," an-my helper." of thee concerning him." and the apostle, them both, continued his journey through the neighboring country to ordain elders and to form congregatians..' CHAPTER II. AMoNosr the many arduous engagements and duties of his ministry, the pastor, after a time, relaxed iii his care and watchfulness towards the youth. Impelled by the natural violence of. his temper, and too early freed from the restraints of discipline, the latter fell, into a snare laid for him by his former companions, and renewed his intimacy with the heathen around him. For along time he struggled against the warnings of conscience, and resisted again and again the strivings of Gon's Hour Srmrr vouchsafed to aid and strengthen him in the path of Christian obedience. But he neglected prayer, ceased to examine himself by the light of Gon's Word, and at length absented himself from the sanctuary, where he had once felt it his privilege and delight to attend. Casting off f all restraint, he joined himself to a. swered the presbytel," " G0obeing band of reckless young men who were accustomed to rob those who "When Ivisit this place again," travelled by night. He left the continued St. John, " I will enquire house of the Christian pastor, and despairing of the grace of Goo, as When they...
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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 231g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236773381
  • 9781236773388