Death hath nothing terrible in it but what our life hath made so. Ralph Yenning 1620Â—1673.
Author: Thomas Scott
GODLY SORROW It is seldom seen that silent grief speeds well; for either a man must have strong hands of resolution to strangle it in his bosom, or else it drives him to some secret mischief; whereas sorrow revealed is half remedied, and even abates in the uttering. Your grief was wisely disclosed and shall …
A HISTORY OF THE CHANGE WHICH HAS TAKEN PLACE IN THE AUTHORS SENTIMENTS: WITH THE MANNER IN WHICH AND THE MEANS BY WHICH IT WAS AT LENGTH EFFECTED.
Part of Rev. T. Scotts Practical Observations on I Samuel chapter 8.
He that is little in his own eyes, will not be troubled to be little n the eye of others. Ralph Venning 1620-73
NOT MY WILL Caroline Fry (1787 – 1846) Extracted from Christ our Example. Man is incapable as a rational being of living without an object; and he is responsible as a moral being for choosing well among the many objects that are set before him. But what do men live for? Some seem to live …
AN ACCOUNT OF THE STATE OF THE AUTHORS MIND AND CONSCIENCE IN THE EARLY PART OF HIS LIFE ESPECIALLY SHOWING WHAT HIS SENTIMENTS AND CONDUCT WERE AT THE BEGINNING OF THAT CHANGE OF WHICH HE PROPOSES TO GIVE THE HISTORY.
We are so far Christians, as we can rule ourselves according to the rule of God; the rest is but form and speculation.
They who are most full of faith, have most experience of God’s faithfulness.
Though God suffers His people not to sin in revenging their adversaries yet He suffers not their adversaries to sin unrevenged.