Nettie's mission: stories illustrative of the Lord's prayer, by Alice Gray

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James Nisbet & Company, 1866 - 332 pages
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Page 64 - JESUS loves me ! this I know, For the Bible tells me so ; Little ones to him belong, They are weak, but He is strong. Yes, Jesus loves me, Yes, Jesus loves me, Yes, Jesus loves me, The Bible tells me so. 2. Jesus loves me ! He who died, Heaven's gate to open wide ; He will wash away my sin. Let his little child come in.
Page 130 - When Jesus heard that, he said, This sickness is not unto death, but for the glory of God, that the Son of God might be glorified thereby.
Page 184 - ... and kissed her first on one cheek and then on the other. " You are very late, father," she said, as he threw off his overcoat.
Page 134 - And inasmuch as ye have done it to one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me...
Page 72 - ... when she heard a knock at the door. " Come in," she said, turning to lay her work down on the table.
Page 18 - YE angels who stand round the throne, And view my Immanuel's face, In rapturous songs make Him known; Tune, tune your soft harps to his praise He formed you the spirits you are, So happy, so noble, so good; While others sunk down in despair, Confirmed by his power, ye stood.
Page 54 - I must have, somehow, because the next thing I knew the sun was shining in my face and I realized that I had a pillow beneath my head.
Page 324 - The style is lively and picturesque, and free from all reproach of dulness. The hymns are well chosen, and translated with care and fidelity." — Guardian. THE SYMPATHY OF CHRIST WITH MAN: its Teaching and its Consolation. By the Rev. OCTAVIUS WINSLOW, DD Crown 8vo, 5s., cloth.
Page 48 - There was silence in the room for a few minutes, and then Nettie laid her hand on Aunt Susan's, and said,— " Auntie, have you learned to love the Lord Jesus ?" " Not yet,
Page 23 - I heard a great noise •up in the loft when I thought I was all alone in the house, and I was so frightened I screamed; and father's voice called out,' Don't be afraid, little Margie; it's only father.

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