An Account of the Life, Travels, and Christian Experiences in the Work of the Ministry of Samuel Bownas

Daniel Lawrence, 1805 - 306 pagina's

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Pagina 104 - They did promise and vow three things in my name. First, that I should renounce the devil and all his works, the pomps and vanities of this wicked world, and all the sinful lusts of the flesh.
Pagina 58 - When he was clear, we retired back to our inn, and divers followed us, who were very rude and wicked, but were not permitted to hurt us. We had sweet comfort and refreshment one in another at our quarters.
Pagina 94 - We all sat down, they placing me and my companion near the head of the table, and having paused a short space, one pulled off his hat, but not the rest till a short space after, and then one after another they pulled all their hats off, and in that uncovered posture...
Pagina 19 - And fear not them which kill the body, *' but are not able to kill the foul : but rather fear him, " which is able to deftroy both foul and body in hell.
Pagina 20 - ... same effect with what was first opened on my mind, as mentioned above, which then I knew nothing of, as being the sayings of Christ to warn them against the fear of men ; although no doubt I had read it, but had taken so [little notice of what I read, that it was to me as if it had never been written.
Pagina 143 - Christ] will prevail with them; and therefore I appeal to the next generation, which will be further removed from these evils, and will be brought nearer to the word ; but especially to that people whom God hath and shall form by his Spirit for himself, — for these only will be able to make just and righteous judgment in this matter, seeing they have the Anointing to be their teacher, and the Lamb to be their...
Pagina 14 - I fixing my eye upon her, she, with a great zeal, pointed her finger at me, uttering these words with much power; "A traditional Quaker, thou comest to meeting as thou went from it the last time, and goest from it as thou came to it, but art no better for thy coming ; what wilt thou do in the end...
Pagina 94 - Labadies, by whom we were civilly entertained in their way. When supper came in, it was placed upon a long table in a large room, where, when all things were ready, came in, at a call...
Pagina 197 - Now if we must render to Ca?sar the things that are Cœsar's, and unto God the things that are God's, then it remains to be proved, that tithes are Crosar's due, before they be demanded as his right. But here is the grand objection of inconsistency ; that because we have suffered for...
Pagina 123 - However he readily fell in with me, that if I could get my bread with my own hands, it wns most agreeable with Paul's practice; and accordingly next morning he brought me leather cut out, with materials and tools to work with, and with his direction I closed one of the upper leathers before he left me, and he put it on the last for me, and by night I finished that shoe...

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