What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Africaner's kraal Albricht asked became the terror Berend Bible boor brother Jager Bushmen Campbell Cape Cape-Town cattle chapter of Isaiah chapter of Proverbs Christian city of Lattakoo Clunie colo colony conduct continued converted cross death destruc Drinave Ebner enjoy prayer faith favour fifty-fifth Foreign School fountain go to heaven gospel grace Griqua chief Griqua country heart hiin Holy Spirit honour hope Hottentot Jesus Christ journey Kamies letter to Africaner Little Namacqualand lived London Missionary Society MADAGASCAR YOUTH master MEMOIR miles mind Mission Missionary station Moffatt muskets and powder NAMACQUA CHIEF Namacquas at Warm name of Africaner natives neighbouring tribes Orange River peace peditions Pella Piemaar plundering ex pray reached religious instruction Sabbath seized sent sermon side of Africa sinner South Africa SUNDAY SCHOOL taught teach tion town tribes of Namacquas Tulbagh wagon Warm Bath western side word
Page 23 - Behave to any teacher you may have sent, as one sent of God, as I have great hope that God will bless you in this respect when I am gone to heaven. I feel that I love God, and that He has done much for me, of which I am totally unworthy." ' " My former life is stained with blood, but Jesus Christ has pardoned me, and I am going to heaven. Oh ! beware of falling into the same evils into which I have led you frequently ; but seek God, and He will be found of you to direct you.
Page 17 - ... considerable attention, as his name and exploits had been familiar to many of its inhabitants for more than twenty years. Many were struck with the unexpected mildness and gentleness of his demeanour, and others with his piety and accurate knowledge of the Scriptures. His New Testament was an interesting object of attention, it was so completely thumbed and worn by use.
Page 24 - Namaquas, by whom he was surrounded, and was able to render great service to the missionary cause among them. He was also a man of undaunted courage, and although he himself was one of the first and severest persecutors of the Christian cause in that country, he would, had he lived, have spilt his blood, if necessary, for his missionary.
Page 22 - what we once were, savages, but men professing to be taught according to the gospel: let us, then, do accordingly. Live peaceably with all men, if possible ; and, if possible, consult those who are placed over you, before you engage in any thing.
Page 22 - Remain together as you have done since I knew you. Then, when the Directors think fit to send you a missionary, you may be ready to receive him. Behave to any teacher you may have sent as one sent of God, as I have great hope that God will bless you in this respect when I am gone to heaven. I feel that I love God, and that He has done much for me of which I am totally unworthy.
Page 23 - Soon after delivering the above address, he died in peace, a monument of redeeming mercy and grace. "From the time of his conversion to God, to the day of his death, he always conducted himself in his family and among his people, in a manner very honourable to his profession of Christianity; acting the part of the Christian parent, and Christian master. While his people were without a missionary, he continued, with much humility, zeal, diligence, and prayer, to supply as much as in his power, the...
Page 16 - Africaner's appearance in Cape Town, excited considerable attention, as his name and exploits had been familiar to many of its inhabitants for more than twenty years. Many were struck with the unexpected mildness and gentleness of his demeanour, and others with his piety and accurate knowledge of the Scriptures. His New Testament was an interesting object of attention, it was so completely thumbed and worn by use. His answers to a number of questions put to him by...
Page 19 - ... Africaner was exposed to a severe trial of temper, which afforded an opportunity of showing his Christian spirit. A woman, under the influence of prejudice, excited by his former character, meeting him in the public street, followed him for some time, as Shimei followed King David, calling after him with all her might, and heaping upon him all the coarse and bad names which she could think of. Reaching the place where his people were standing by his wagon, with a number of persons whom this woman...
Page 33 - I mourn in my complaint, and make a noise; 3 because of the voice of the enemy, because of the oppression of the wicked: for they cast iniquity upon me, and in wrath they hate me.
Page 22 - ... knelt at the same stool, before the peaceful throne of the Redeemer; when Berands, the senior chief, offered up a prayer to God. The scene was highly interesting ; they were like lions changed into lambs, their hatred and ferocity having been removed by the power of the Gospel; indeed, when the Namaqua chief was converted, he sent a message to the Griqua chiefs, confessing the injuries he had done them in the days of his ignorance, and soliciting them at the same time to unite with him in promoting...