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Page 33 - He prayeth best who loveth best All things both great and small; For the great God who loveth us, He made and loveth all.
Page 101 - Uncover mine eyes that I may behold wonderful things out of Thy Law: Uncover reproach and contempt; I have kept Thy (Precepts). Thou dost rebuke the proud, the accursed that err from Thy Commands; Yea, my delight, the men of my counsel, are Thy Testimonies...
Page 119 - She cried, and said she was so thirsty, and wanted to go home. Willie tried to comfort her, and talked about God to her; and he told her the story of Hagar in the desert—how she and her little boy were lost, and the water-bottle was empty. Then the boy cried for water, and his mother thought he would die of thirst; and she put him away under some bushes, that she might not see him die. "And then, Susy, she heard some one calling her, 'Hagar, Hagar!
Page 120 - Hagar, Hagar!' Who do you think it was ? It was an angel from heaven; and he showed her where there was a spring of water close by, and she went and got some water for her poor little boy.
Page 121 - Susy!" cried he, climbing out again, " God did send us an angel in the shape of that dear little bird. Come, I will help you down to get some water." When the children had drank, and eaten what berries and plums they could find, they felt much refreshed, and began to think again what could be done. It was too dark now to make their way through the woods, even if they had known which way to go. " Let us call for help,