A Wonderful Providence in Many Incidents at Sea: An Engagement with a Pirate and a Mutiny at Sea

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Damrell & Moore, 1853 - Mutiny - 36 pages
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Page 36 - Truly the light is sweet, and a pleasant thing it is for the eyes to behold the sun : but if a man live many years, and rejoice in them all ; yet let him remember the days of darkness ; for they shall be many.
Page 30 - And hills in ocean hurled. 2 The waves may roar, the mountains shake, Our comforts shall not cease ; The Lord his saints will not forsake , The Lord will give us peace.
Page 30 - SWEET peace of conscience, heavenly guest ! Come, fix thy mansion in my breast, Dispel my doubts, my fears control, And heal the anguish of my soul. 2 Come, smiling hope ! and joy sincere ! Come, make your constant dwelling here ; Still let your presence cheer my heart, Nor sin compel you to depart.
Page 36 - God's upholding hand; Ten thousand snares attend us round, And yet secure we stand. 2 That was a most amazing power That rais'd us with a word, And every day and every hour We lean upon the Lord. 3 The evening rests our weary head, And angels guard the room; We wake and we admire the bed That was not made our tomb. 4 The...
Page 34 - I have received good at the hand of the Lord, and shall I not receive evil...
Page 28 - He that being often reproved and hardeneth his heart, shall suddenly be cut off and that without remedy.
Page 19 - It is impossible for me to describe my feelings on this occasion.

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