The Mountain Miller: An Authentic Narrative

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Curiosmith, May 9, 2011 - Religious biography - 42 pages
Joseph Beals (1752-1813), also called the Mountain Miller, lived a life of trusting in his own righteousness for the salvation of his soul. He was strict with his family. The townspeople thought he was blameless. After he lost his house to a fire, he turned and consecrated his life to Christ. His wife was very upset with his new life and steadfastly refused join him, and even hoped for his death. She finally repented and united with him in the faith. Joseph Beals was known as a model of true Christian piety.

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WILLIAM ALLEN HALLOCK, (1794-1880) was born in Plainfield, Massachusetts. His father, Moses Hallock, was a minister and an educator. William attended Williams College and then Andover Theological Seminary. He became corresponding secretary to the American Tract Society for many years and examined every manuscript for publication. He was editor of "The American Messenger" and "The Child's Paper." He wrote biographies about Justin Edwards and Harlan Page

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