A Memoir of the Life and Labors of the Rev. Adoniram Judson, Part 1 (Google eBook)

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Phillips, Sampson,, 1853 - Baptists
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Page 415 - For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also that sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him.
Page 102 - ... going down into the water, and coming up out of the water, which they would not have been so foolish as to do for the purpose of sprinkling. In regard to the word itself which is translated baptism, a very little search convinced me that its plain, appropriate meaning was immersion or dipping ; and though I read extensively on the subject, I could not find that any learned...
Page 264 - Rangoon, we shall find the disciples firm, and some others seriously inquiring. Perhaps we shall discover some appearances of a movement of the divine Spirit. Perhaps the Lord Jesus has a few chosen ones, whom He intends to call in, under the most unpropitious and forbidding circumstances. Perhaps he intends to show that it is not by might nor by power, but by His Spirit.
Page 291 - Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted in me? Hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him for the help of his countenance.
Page 21 - And, brethren and fellow-countrymen, if it was ever granted to mortals to trace the designs of Providence, and interpret its manifestations in favor of their cause, we may, with humility of soul, cry out, Not unto us, not unto us, but to thy Name be the praise.
Page 124 - The Baptist Society for Propagating the Gospel in India and other Foreign Parts.
Page 352 - Judson out of the large prison, and place him in a more comfortable situation ; and the old man, being worn out with my entreaties, at length gave me the order in an official form, and also gave orders to the head jailer to allow me to go in and out, all times of the day, to administer medicines, &c. I now felt happy indeed, and had Mr.
Page 524 - Disabled by wounds, he was obliged, through the whole last expedition, to be carried on a litter; but his presence was a host, and the Holy Spirit accompanied his dying whispers with almighty influence.
Page 360 - ... the governor, and then had no one to administer medicine. I, however, got at the laudanum, and by taking two drops at a time for several hours, it so far checked the disorder as to enable me to get on board a boat, though so weak that I could not stand, and again set off for Oung-penla. The last four miles was in that painful conveyance, the cart, and in the midst of the rainy season, when the mud almost buries the oxen. You may form some idea of a Burmese cart, when I tell you their wheels are...
Page 361 - ... take care of myself, or look after Mr. Judson, we must both have died had it not been for the faithful and affectionate care of our Bengalee cook. A common Bengalee cook will do nothing but the simple business of cooking; but he seemed to forget his caste, and almost his own wants, in his efforts to serve us.

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