A Journal of the Life, Travels, and Religious Labours, of William Savery: Late of Philadelphia, a Minister of the Gospel of Christ, in the Society of Friends

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C. Gilpin, 1844 - 316 halaman

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Halaman 255 - This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that JESUS CHRIST came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am chief.
Halaman 304 - Take heed, brethren, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of unbelief, in departing from the living God.
Halaman 102 - So that a man shall say. Verily there is a reward for the righteous: verily he is a God that judgeth in the earth.
Halaman 7 - Lord was pleased to favor with ability to my humbling admiration ; the meeting was still and solid, and I went to my lodgings in peace. " Colonel Laurens having obtained the privilege of the Baptist meeting-house, I agreed to have a meeting there in the evening of the first of fifth month. It being First-day, I was at...
Halaman vii - I was once strong for the work, but now I am a child, brought back to my hornbook, and have nothing to trust to but the mercy of God, through Christ my Saviour.
Halaman 84 - With respect to the four-mile path, we are in want of it on account of the fisheries ; although we are but children, we are sharp-sighted, and we see that you want that strip of land for a road, that when you have vessels on the lakes, you may have harbors, &c.
Halaman 3 - Master, for his continued regard and care over mo, in that he did not suffer me to remain long in this state of delusion and error. He disturbed my false rest, and made me at times exceedingly uneasy with it, and gave me at length...
Halaman 9 - The neighbors being invited, it was a large gathering, and ended well. " The 19th, had a meeting at Mendenhall's : a large number of Methodists and Baptists attended. Two women fell on their knees, and trembled, and shook, and prayed, and exhorted. I could scarcely account for such an extraordinary appearance, as they continued in these agitations some time after meeting broke up. Several wept, and most of the people appeared serious. I stept in among them again, and advised the women to stillness...
Halaman 264 - Bidgway and Jane Watson united, we met with them in the provincial school — about one hundred children in all, their master, mistresses, and thirty or forty other Friends. My mind, which had been so exercised all day, presently after sitting down, felt sweetly opened to them ; they were soon broken into tears, and a more precious opportunity I never remember with children. They took leave of us in tears, and I felt much refreshed and comforted, and have reason daily to acknowledge, that it is the...
Halaman 237 - ... mercies of my heavenly Father, who had condescended to conduct me peacefully through my concern for this island ; which, and all his kindness to me, ought ever to be remembered with gratitude. ' The Lord is good unto all ; his mercies are over all his works — his works shall praise him, and all his saints shall bless him ; they shall speak of the greatness of his power, they shall talk of his kingdom, for his kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and his dominion throughout all generations.' "Ninth...

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