The Lord's Prayer; Nine Sermons Preached In The Chapel Of Lincoln's Inn In The Months Of February, March, And April, 1848 by Frederick Denison MauriceThe Lord's Prayer; Nine Sermons Preached In The Chapel Of Lincoln's Inn In The Months Of February, March, And April, 1848 by Frederick Denison Maurice

The Lord's Prayer; Nine Sermons Preached In The Chapel Of Lincoln's Inn In The Months Of February…

byFrederick Denison Maurice

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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. 1861 edition. Excerpt: ... that we were children of one Father, and were asking Him to bless all the parts of His family, while we were seeking blessings for ourselves, that, in fact, we could not pray at all without praying for them, we should have found the answer in a new sense of fellowship between all classes, in the feeling that every man, in. every position, has an offi.ce and ministry which it is his privilege to exercise for those over whom he is set; in a clearer apprehension of the relationship between the master of a household and his domestics, the landlord and his tenants, the farmer and his labourers, the manufacturer and those who work at the loom or the mill, the tradesman and those who serve in his shop; between these and then between all of them and the outlying mass, which seems to be beyond the bounds of all ordinary civil relationships, but which, as it has the great mark of human relationship, may be adopted into these, or be fitted to take a part in the establishment of new societies elsewhere. " If we meet continually in the streets creatures of our own flesh and blood, who have a look of hunger and misery, without being able to determine whether it is a greater sin to withhold that which may save them from death, or to give what may lead to the worst kind of death; if a thousand social problems, which we once supposed were of easy solution, present themselves in new and embarrassing aspects, tempting us to pass them by altogether and then forcing upon us the reflection, that they must settle themselves in some way, whether we forget them or not; if we hear masses of creatures spoken of as if they were the insects we look at in a microscope, and then are suddenly reminded by some startling phenomenon that each one of them has a living...
Title:The Lord's Prayer; Nine Sermons Preached In The Chapel Of Lincoln's Inn In The Months Of February…Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.07 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217595324

ISBN - 13:9780217595322

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