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Page 34 - The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not want, He makes me down to lie; In pastures green he
Page 56 - His right hand and his holy arm hath gotten him the victory,
Page 27 - she burst into tears. At last she said, " The weather, sir, has been so bad that I could not get to read the Bible.
Page 310 - of the good Shepherd who laid down his life for his sheep ? The
Page 37 - often placed between two high rocks that hang over a deep place. The eagles often carry off the hares and rabbits to their nests, and sometimes young lambs.
Page 296 - They were all much astonished at the sight of lucifer matches. As for them, they had no candles, but when they wanted a bright light, they held up a piece of burning wood taken out of the fire.
Page 308 - that he gave his only begotten Son to die for our sins.
Page 296 - One of the children coming in late, the old grandmother lifted up
Page 156 - There is another still more foolish ceremony performed on Good Friday. There is a staircase which people say was once in Pontius Pilate's house, and that our Saviour trod upon it. The Pope promises to forgive the sins of any one who goes up these stairs on his knees. A great many climb