The Centennial Book: One Hundred Years of Christian Civilization in Hawaii, 1820-1920 (Google eBook)

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Central committee of the Hawaiian mission centennial., 1920 - Hawaii - 88 pages
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Page 99 - suffereth long and is kind, love envieth not, love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not its own, is not provoked, taketh not account of evil, rejoiceth not in unrighteousness but rejoiceth with the truth, beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things!
Page 34 - The United States have regarded the existing authorities in the Sandwich Islands as a government suited to the condition of the people, and resting on their own choice. And the President is of opinion that the interests of all the commercial nations require that this government should not be interfered with by foreign powers.
Page 33 - ever had anything to do in the measures adopted by your government for the prevention of the introduction of the Catholic • religion into the country," and whether "in the attempts made under your authority to suppress the public exercise of the Roman Catholic religion on the part of your own subjects, they have countenanced those attempts.
Page 25 - He (the President) has heard with interest and admiration of the rapid progress which has been made by your people in acquiring a knowledge of letters and the true religion—the religion of the Christian's Bible. These are the best, and the only means by which the prosperity and happiness of nations can be advanced and continued, and the President and all
Page 25 - Not one jot or tittle—not one iota derogatory to their character as men, as ministers of the gospel of the strictest order, or as missionaries, could be made to appear by the united efforts of all
Page 39 - Kamehameha III, By the Grace of God, of the Hawaiian Islands, King, "To our trusty and well beloved subject Gerrit Parmile Judd: Secret Instructions "In case our Independence be not fully recognized, be endangered by the acts of any other Government, or our Sovereignty in peril or rendered of no value, our Royal Domain being exposed to further hostile attacks without just
Page 39 - good reasons, or from any other cause, you may find these instructions necessary. These are to command and empower you, on our behalf, to treat and negotiate with any King, President or Government or Agent thereof for the purpose of placing our Islands under foreign protection and rule. "And you are hereby further commanded and empowered to treat and negotiate for the sale
Page 25 - religion of the Christian's Bible. These are the best, and the only means by which the prosperity and happiness of nations can be advanced and continued, and the President and all

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