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Identifier: uticachristianma00utic
Title: The Utica Christian magazine
Year: 1813 (1810s)
Subjects: Theology
Publisher: [Utica, N.Y. : Printed by Merrell & Camp for Cornelius Davis]
Contributing Library: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection
Digitizing Sponsor: State of Indiana through the Indiana State Library

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the soul, and gospel truth explain. The Sire from youth had disobeyd his God; He feared—he trembled, at the threatning rod- The gentle Parson with a feeling heart, The death of Jesus paints, with sacred art; He proves that vilest sinners, when they cry Are noticed by a gracious Saviors eye; That he the temper of the mind regards— That prayer sincere obtains divine rewards : He opes the glories of the world to come, The bliss which persevering faith has won : On shining thrones the friends of God descriesj Once torn with anguish of repentant sighs :— Subdud by energy of truth divine, Ten thousand beauties in the Savior shine. Cheerd was the heart that trembled at the grave, The Preacher felt each transport which he gave. Though blest with books, and urgd to scenes more gay, To this sad Cot he oft repaird to pray ; Nor did he eer neglect the poor old man, Br consolation gave as he began; Till God in love re >tord his health again, To bless his Person, as the best of men. PHim \

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filia , ^V** UTI 0 A •>• - c 0 CHRISTIAN MAGAZINE. Voi,. 1.] JANUARY, 1814. [No. 7. MEMOIRS OF MISS HANNAH BREWSTER. Concluded from Page 206. January 1, 1809.—-I am yet a spared monument of divinemercy, and have been permitted to assemble this day withGods children in his house of prayer. O how pleasant arehis courts of praise. O most merciful Father in Christ, I con-fess that in the year past I have violated the covenant whichI made with thee, and have not at all times practically said Iwas aiming entirely at thy glory. The world has been tryingfor an entrance into my heart, which is very deeeitfuL Lordthrust it thence. Help me to bar its entrance, and do thoukeep me unspotted from the world. Pardon my sin. Untothee, O Lord, I look and pray that thou in the commencementof this year wilt enable me to rise and live to thee in newnessof life. Keep thou me from every false and evil way. Ifthou shouldst call me from time to eternity before the closeof this year, prepare me for th

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bookid:uticachristianma00utic bookyear:1813 bookdecade:1810 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Theology bookpublisher:_Utica__N_Y____Printed_by_Merrell___Camp_for_Cornelius_Davis_ bookcontributor:Lincoln_Financial_Foundation_Collection booksponsor:State_of_Indiana_through_the_Indiana_State_Library bookleafnumber:246 bookcollection:lincolncollection bookcollection:americana

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