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Some Hymns and Hymn Writers Representing All Who Profess and Call Themselves Christians: Short Studies in the Hymnal of the Episcopal Church

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    William Budd Bodine (Author)

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...to oneself that the Lord loves us, that he is our Father, that He cherishes us, that He sees, follows, guides, guards us: to believe, but to believe indeed, that Jesus is our friend each day, each hour: that His grace surrounds us, that His voice continually bids us be happy and holy in Him: to dwell, child-like, in the joy of that love, and to repeat to one':s Mrs. Babbington adds: ':The Spirit of God accompanied his teaching. The burden was lifted off that weary spirit: and from that ever memorable day, my beloved sister':s spiritual horizon became for the most part cloudless. It is true that the suffering body would at times weigh down her soul to the dust: but no doubt ever again assailed her. Her faith never was shaken. She might shrink from present suffering, or from unknown imagined terrors as to the circumstances of her dying hour. But all beyond was light and joy. Her constant testimony was: ':I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day.':': Her subsequent religious experience was one of growing intimacy with the Lord Jesus Christ. This is evident from her poems and other published utterances. Her sister':s testimony is: ':She was as the limpet on the rock (she would often say), so clinging to her blessed Saviour that any effort to tear her from Him was like rending her soul asunder: or, she was as the happy infant on its mother':s lap, with no strength, but needing none: fully supported by those loving arms, and only looking up to the beam of light and love on that blessed countenance, when the sweetest joy would steal into her soul. ':Or, again, she would retrace in her own mind all she had ever known or read of worth and beauty in man or...
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