Warminster common by W. DaniellWarminster common by W. Daniell

Warminster common

byW. Daniell

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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. 1850. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XIX. CONTINUED OPPOSITION MADE TO OUR CAUSE AT THE COMMON BY THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES; PAINFUL STRUGGLES AND REFLECTIONS ON ACCOUNT THEREOF; FUNERAL SERMONS, AND OTHER INFORMATION. "Deckmber 22nd, 1841. Our chapel is rather better attended. We hope that it is somewhat recovering the shock given us by the amazing and unkind exertions lately made, and still continued, by our steady opposer and his associates, in order to reduce us. It has been a time of long and sore travail indeed. Our school has suffered as well as our congregation. Every other denomination in the town also, has been alike attacked and injured. Such is the spirit now abroad, that it not barely aims at checking all our progress, but it is nothing more nor less than downright annihilation. "Down with them--down with them, even to the ground.' Nothing, I say, but uttei destruction will suffice. We have not heard for the last fortnight of any new cases, where has applied personally to our people; but one of his influential associates,, has actually pressingly offered a poor woman of our society (Mary Pearce) a new cloak worth a pound, to leave us and come to church; which she nobly refused to accept. 'The Lord evermore reward her for it. It is worth recording. We are in trouble and want such helpers much. I trust her name has long been in the 'Book of Life,' there for ever to remain. O Lord save us. The Christmas tea-meetings, held as usual, were much to our edification. The school children's (87) especially, gave us joy. Every little help is truly refreshing to those who are compelled to prophesy in sackcloth, as I do almost continually. Sad times indeed in spiritual matters." "January 1st, 1842. Anniversary prayer-meeting at six in the morning. In 1828 we commenced this service. Some...
Title:Warminster commonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:124 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.26 inPublished:February 4, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:021741754X

ISBN - 13:9780217417549

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