Flora Maitland

Pendleton and Hill, 1831 - 211 páginas

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Página 28 - I did not know that you were in such want of a horse as to require such hurry ; I thought you had plenty in the stable." "So I have, uncle, thanks to you, more than I can use ; but I like the pleasure, the excitement." "There you state the truth, my dear Alexander; when you have lived as long as I have, you will find more pleasure in quiet and repose," replied Sir Charles, with a heavy sigh.
Página 37 - In this mighty task, we cannot indeed avoid being affected with " fear and trembling," when we reflect on what we have at stake; but we have also every thing to hope, for He who is for us, is greater than all that can be against us; and the value of the prize which is set before us is inestimable.
Página 64 - Father in heaven;' if we be not ashamed of his Gospel now, he will not be ashamed of us in the last day, but will be glorified in us, crowning us with crowns of glory and endless felicity: for 'blessed are they that suffer persecution for righteousness' sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Página 65 - Christ shall come in his own glory, and with the glory of the Father, and with...
Página 177 - Creed, read the 1 5th chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians, and write down two verses therefrom.

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