Agathos and Other Sunday Stories

R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1841 - 166 Seiten

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Seite 11 - thou shalt go upon the lion and adder, the young lion and the dragon shalt thou tread under thy feet; and fear not, for I am with thee.
Seite 125 - the crown of the lame man it was written, " He that endureth to the end, the same shall be saved:" and turning to him M 3 who had so often almost fainted in
Seite 40 - words it was settled between them; the boat pulled back to the shore, and the stranger was standing on the deck of the vessel, watching the windows and the people and the houses, as they grew less and less" every moment, until they could scarcely be seen the one
Seite 84 - about setting off;' he spoke as if he was half afraid to say it, and Argia sleepily answered, ' Why! the sun is just at the hottest now, surely you would not think of going now, we shall all be burned up with its heat.
Seite 31 - for a moment. Then all the truth comes surely on his mind, and he knew that " the Lord had sent his angel, and delivered him out of the
Seite 63 - then happier than ever. Some were singing holy songs, as if to the sound of harps and music of all kinds : some were nearly silent, but the little they did sing came from hearts full of joy ; and I doubted not that
Seite 83 - for in his heart he wished now that he had held on with him. Then they thought that they would begin again to play together for a while, as they had done at first; but whether it was that the sun had got higher, and the air was too hot for play, or whether it was that the going away of
Seite 82 - begged him to come, and once he almost persuaded him; he climbed half up the stile, but then he let himself down again the wrong side, and then he stood leaning against it, and gazing at Agape, who was already almost out of sight over the first hill. So he stood for a time, and then when he could see no more of
Seite 52 - TWO ROADS. A DREAM. I HAD been reading in the New Testament before I fell asleep, and the words I had read came back again to me in a dream. I thought I stood upon the
Seite 31 - but he was gone. Gone as he came, unseen and unknown by man, save when God would have him seen. Perhaps he stood near him still, though he could be seen no longer. Peter stands

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