Madeleine

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Page 85 - Christian soul, from this world, in the name of God the Father Almighty, who created thee; in the name of Jesus Christ, the son of the living God, who suffered for thee; in the name of the Holy Ghost, who has been poured out upon thee...
Page 16 - And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove: and nothing shall be impossible unto you.
Page 310 - Now Thou dost dismiss Thy servant, O Lord, according to Thy word, in peace; because mine eyes have seen Thy salvation, which Thou hast prepared before the face of all peoples : a light to the revelation of the Gentiles, and the glory of Thy people Israel.
Page 85 - DEPART, Christian soul, out of this world, in the name of God the Father Almighty, who created thee ; in the name of Jesus Christ, Son of 'the living God, who suffered for thee ; in the name of the Holy Ghost, who sanctified thee ; in the name of the angels, archangels, thrones, and dominations, cherubim and seraphim ; in the name of the patriarchs and prophets, of the holy apostles and evangelists, of the holy martyrs and confessors, of the holy monks and hermits, of the holy virgins, and of all...
Page 109 - ... as though it were the most natural thing in the world.'
Page 14 - Wild Sports of the West. By the Author of "Stories of Waterloo.
Page 75 - Well, but what is to be done?" asked Madeleine, sorely puzzled. "I know not," abruptly answered the widow; "I am a poor, ignorant woman : how should I ? But there are wise men in the land paid to find out every thing ; let them find out that.
Page 42 - I have gleaned this short sketch, we read : " Though free from mystic tendencies, Madeleine delighted in mental prayer, which to her was thought. It was besides the only mode in which she could relieve her heart, from the many feelings with which it was crowded. No one in Mont Saint Jean could have understood her.

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