Father Taylor (Classic Reprint) de Robert CollyerFather Taylor (Classic Reprint) de Robert Collyer

Father Taylor (Classic Reprint)

deRobert Collyer

Couverture souple | 19 octobre 2018 | Anglais

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Excerpt from Father Taylor

I still remember on a May morning many years ago, going to a prayer meeting at the West Church in Boston in our An niversary Week, where I saw Father Taylor, the seaman's chaplain, for the first time in my life. The meetings in those days were usually held in the Hollis Street Church, where I had gone the year before to wonder over our usage, so different from that of my mother church - the Methodist which I had then but lately left. For there we would pray as the spirit moved us, or as we were moved by the leader when the tides of the spirit ran low; but in ours no one would pray except the Leader of the meeting and then the brethren would rise here and yonder and talk about prayer, so that in some moments I would wonder what was the use if this was the conclu sion of the whole matter.

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Titre :Father Taylor (Classic Reprint)Format :Couverture soupleDimensions :564 pages, 9 × 6 × 1,14 poPublié le :19 octobre 2018Publié par :FB&C LtdLangue :Anglais

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ISBN - 10 :0243386419

ISBN - 13 :9780243386413

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