The holy life and death of the lady Letice, vi-countess Falkland, with the returnes of spiritual comfort and grief in a devout soul. Repr. [of part of the 1648 ed.].

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Page 4 - I am perfuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things prefent, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, fhall be able to feparate us from the love of God. which is in Chrift Jefus our Lord.
Page 3 - Church ; either of those places afforded public prayers thrice every day, and lectures also on the week days. Nay, it is not here so well with me, as it was when you and I lived together in that country village, where the good parson had morning and evening prayer in the parish church, twice a day continually ; where I now live, we have this advantage of public prayer only on the Lord's day and its eve, and on holy days and their eves, and onWednesdays and Fridays, our wonted Litany days ; now I...
Page 68 - I cannot say," was the reply, " that 1 have no fear; I am a poor trembling sinner, going to Jesus." I reminded her, that God had promised to look to those who are poor, and of a contrite spirit, and who tremble at his word. "Ah," she said,
Page 29 - God to hide his face, and to withdraw the light of his countenance...

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