Chronicles of St. Marks Parish: Santee Circuit, and Williamsburg Township, South Carolina, 1731-1885 (Google eBook)

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Calvo, 1888 - Methodist Church - 108 pages
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Page 73 - Let us therefore, as many as be perfect, be thus minded: and if in any thing ye be otherwise minded, God shall reveal even this unto you. 16 Nevertheless, whereto we have already attained, let us walk by the same rule, let us mind the same thing.
Page 22 - Since charity obliges us to wish well to the souls of all men, and religion ought to alter nothing in any man's civil estate or right, it shall be lawful for slaves, as well as others, to enter themselves, and be of what Church or profession any of them shall think best, and thereof be as fully members as any freeman.
Page 15 - ... to the House: and he read the report in his place, and afterwards delivered it in at the clerk's table; where the same was read, and is, as followeth; viz.
Page 86 - I have, from the best convictions of my mind, embarked in a cause, which I think righteous and just ; I have, knowingly and willingly, staked my life, family and property, all upon the issue ; I am well prepared to suffer or triumph with it, and would rather die a thousand deaths than betray my country or deceive my friends.
Page 18 - School in Charlestown, was the sure precursor of a strict examination, He did not permit the teachers, as they are very fond of doing, to point out the places for examination. This business was managed by him as it ought to be, and was a real trial of what the pupils had learned. It was not confined to selected portions on which they had been previously prepared, but extended generally and promiscuously to all they had gone over. His visits and strict examinations produced good effect both on masters...
Page 103 - Date about 1300. Engelond ys a wel god lond, ich wene of eche lond best, Yset in the ende of the world, as al in the West. The see goth hym al a boute, he stont as an yle. Here fon heo durre the lasse doute, but hit be thorw gyle Of folc of the selue lond, as me hath yseye wyle.
Page 56 - I have surely built thee an house to dwell in, a settled place for thee to abide in for ever.
Page 51 - Chapels of Ease, according to the original meaning of the term, are not now known in this country. In England there is a distinction between a Chapel of Ease, and a Parochial Chapel of Ease. Chapels of Ease are founded for the convenience of the people in large Parishes, in attending Public Worship, where they live at a distance from the Parish Church ; to which, however, the Sacraments and Burials are restricted. Parochial Chapels of Ease possess the parochial rights of baptising and 'burying, but...

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