Notes on the care of the sick by Arthur BrinckmanNotes on the care of the sick by Arthur Brinckman

Notes on the care of the sick

byArthur Brinckman

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1879. Excerpt: ... LOYE BEYOND THE GKAVE: 21 WLatb ai domfort to Jttoartwra. "There shall no special holy love be lost."--B. B. Pusey. "How grows in Paradise our store."--John Keble. "Blessed in the full affection of those earthly friends whom we loved so poorly, and could protect so feebly, while they were with us in the flesh."--J. H. Newman. Those from whom death has taken away the one they deeply, purely loved, will, I hope, receive a Utile comfort from the following pages. Many who are mourning the loss of relations and friends wish to be told the message which this little book is designed to bring to them. They say or think as follows:--" You tell me not to cry so much, to wipe away my tears, and comfort myself with one of the great Easter truths, 'The dead shall rise again;' but I would wish to hear something more. You tell me that my dead shall live again to die no more; that is one comforting truth. You add, 'Yes, and you shall recognise them,' that is something more; but if I am accounted worthy to share in the resurrection of the just, will there be nothing more than bare recognition? Shall I not love them then as now? Will it not be, that, purged from selfishness, from all that is mere earthly carnal affection, will it not be that the pure, special love which reigned in both our hearts, and made them beat as one, will it not be that the special love which knit us into one, the love which God gave and blessed, which made us in this life all to each other, as no other souls ever were to us, or cculd be, will not this love last on beyond the grave to Heaven?" And what is the answer many have received to this most natural question? M&ny have been told, "0 think not thus; in Heaven we shall all love our Lord only; we shall think of nothing then but of Him, His will, ...
Title:Notes on the care of the sickFormat:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 1, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217025331

ISBN - 13:9780217025331