Tabor, Eliza Eglantine; A novel

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Eglantine; A novel

 
9781130127058: Eglantine; A novel
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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. 1875 Excerpt: ...of mine could do him any good. He had given bread to these people, and they had asked for a stone. He had offered them of his best and truest, and they were turning against him aa a disturber of their false peace. To tell him that I believed in him was no new thing. What he most sadly and sorely needed just then was power to believe in God and himself; arid which of us can give that power to any man? I could but remind him of the words which Tyne had sung more sweetly than I could say them. "Wait patiently for Him, and fret not thyself becanse of evil doers." He said no more after that. A great calm seemed to come over him. Was it the words only, or the singer too, that had done him good? I think Tyne had something to do with it, for after a while he said, "How could that girl know just what I needed?" And then, "It is the second sermon she has preached to me. The little flowers were the first." CHAPTER XXXVI. "he's a rare one, he is," said Joo Eollekins, after our new curate had been with us three or four months. "He'll set us straight, see if he don't. We've wanted a man this a good bit past to speak up for us poor folks, and he's doing it now right well. I wouldn't mind stinting fire and food a bit now and then to hear such a sermon as he give us last Sunday morning." "Yes, Joe," I said, rather prondly; "ho doesn't wear out so fast as the people thought he would at first. They told us, you know, it was only a flash-in-the-pan. I wonder what they think now?" "Flash-in-the-pan!" and Joe gave his bundle of cord a contemptuous twitch--he was mending crab-pots in his little back yard. "He's none the sort to make a flashin-the-pan. I never heard him speak a word yet aa didn't ...

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Tabor, Eliza
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ISBN 10: 1130127052 ISBN 13: 9781130127058
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Descripción RareBooksClub. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 130 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.3in.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. 1875 Excerpt: . . . of mine could do him any good. He had given bread to these people, and they had asked for a stone. He had offered them of his best and truest, and they were turning against him aa a disturber of their false peace. To tell him that I believed in him was no new thing. What he most sadly and sorely needed just then was power to believe in God and himself; arid which of us can give that power to any man I could but remind him of the words which Tyne had sung more sweetly than I could say them. Wait patiently for Him, and fret not thyself becanse of evil doers. He said no more after that. A great calm seemed to come over him. Was it the words only, or the singer too, that had done him good I think Tyne had something to do with it, for after a while he said, How could that girl know just what I needed And then, It is the second sermon she has preached to me. The little flowers were the first. CHAPTER XXXVI. hes a rare one, he is, said Joo Eollekins, after our new curate had been with us three or four months. Hell set us straight, see if he dont. Weve wanted a man this a good bit past to speak up for us poor folks, and hes doing it now right well. I wouldnt mind stinting fire and food a bit now and then to hear such a sermon as he give us last Sunday morning. Yes, Joe, I said, rather prondly; ho doesnt wear out so fast as the people thought he would at first. They told us, you know, it was only a flash-in-the-pan. I wonder what they think now Flash-in-the-pan! and Joe gave his bundle of cord a contemptuous twitch--he was mending crab-pots in his little back yard. Hes none the sort to make a flashin-the-pan. I never heard him speak a word yet aa didnt . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781130127058

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Tabor, Eliza
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ISBN 10: 1130127052 ISBN 13: 9781130127058
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Descripción Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. 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. 1875 Excerpt: .of mine could do him any good. He had given bread to these people, and they had asked for a stone. He had offered them of his best and truest, and they were turning against him aa a disturber of their false peace. To tell him that I believed in him was no new thing. What he most sadly and sorely needed just then was power to believe in God and himself; arid which of us can give that power to any man? I could but remind him of the words which Tyne had sung more sweetly than I could say them. Wait patiently for Him, and fret not thyself becanse of evil doers. He said no more after that. A great calm seemed to come over him. Was it the words only, or the singer too, that had done him good? I think Tyne had something to do with it, for after a while he said, How could that girl know just what I needed? And then, It is the second sermon she has preached to me. The little flowers were the first. CHAPTER XXXVI. he s a rare one, he is, said Joo Eollekins, after our new curate had been with us three or four months. He ll set us straight, see if he don t. We ve wanted a man this a good bit past to speak up for us poor folks, and he s doing it now right well. I wouldn t mind stinting fire and food a bit now and then to hear such a sermon as he give us last Sunday morning. Yes, Joe, I said, rather prondly; ho doesn t wear out so fast as the people thought he would at first. They told us, you know, it was only a flash-in-the-pan. I wonder what they think now? Flash-in-the-pan! and Joe gave his bundle of cord a contemptuous twitch--he was mending crab-pots in his little back yard. He s none the sort to make a flashin-the-pan. I never heard him speak a word yet aa didn t . Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781130127058

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Tabor, Eliza
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ISBN 10: 1130127052 ISBN 13: 9781130127058
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Descripción Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.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. 1875 Excerpt: .of mine could do him any good. He had given bread to these people, and they had asked for a stone. He had offered them of his best and truest, and they were turning against him aa a disturber of their false peace. To tell him that I believed in him was no new thing. What he most sadly and sorely needed just then was power to believe in God and himself; arid which of us can give that power to any man? I could but remind him of the words which Tyne had sung more sweetly than I could say them. Wait patiently for Him, and fret not thyself becanse of evil doers. He said no more after that. A great calm seemed to come over him. Was it the words only, or the singer too, that had done him good? I think Tyne had something to do with it, for after a while he said, How could that girl know just what I needed? And then, It is the second sermon she has preached to me. The little flowers were the first. CHAPTER XXXVI. he s a rare one, he is, said Joo Eollekins, after our new curate had been with us three or four months. He ll set us straight, see if he don t. We ve wanted a man this a good bit past to speak up for us poor folks, and he s doing it now right well. I wouldn t mind stinting fire and food a bit now and then to hear such a sermon as he give us last Sunday morning. Yes, Joe, I said, rather prondly; ho doesn t wear out so fast as the people thought he would at first. They told us, you know, it was only a flash-in-the-pan. I wonder what they think now? Flash-in-the-pan! and Joe gave his bundle of cord a contemptuous twitch--he was mending crab-pots in his little back yard. He s none the sort to make a flashin-the-pan. I never heard him speak a word yet aa didn t . Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781130127058

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