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Wine-bibbers dangerous companions

Wine-bibbers dangerous companions

a sermon, preached in Newcastle, Maine ... February 16, 1812

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Published by Printed by Lincoln & Edmands in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wine -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Sermons,
  • Sermons, American

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWine bibbers dangerous companions
    Statementby Kiah Bayley
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 24776
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15105965M

    +p. Chapter I. Iran. Most of the following details were given to me in conversations with Khanum (Bahiyyih Khanum) the daughter of Bahá'u'lláh, sister of 'Abdu'l-Bahá called by the Persian Bahá'ís "Varaqiyih 'Ulya (the Greatest Holy Leaf)" I remember dimly very happy days with my beloved father and mother, and my brother aAbbas, who was two years my senior. Proverbs "You will be like one sleeping on the high seas, lying on top of a mast." Your brain shall be giddy, your reason disordered, your mind altogether unhinged, and your danger shall be extreme, like his who lies down on the top of a mast, the most dangerous of situations imaginable.

    § 1. If you take the Central London Tube to the Bank Station; fight for your place in the lift; climb the tortuous staircase to Lombard Street; pass along that narrow, money-glutted thoroughfare, where scarlet-vested, top-hatted bank-messengers take dignified way from the sign of the Phoenix to the swinging doors of the Crédit Lyonnais: if, crossing Gracechurch Street below the clock of the. Lectures to Professing Christians. Page 1 Charles G. Finney This is a very useful hint to those wine-bibbers and beer guzzlers, who think the cause of temperance is going to be ruined by giving up wine and beer, when it is notorious, to every person of the least observation, that these things are the greatest hindrance to the.

    He says also to another, a woman that was a sinner: "Thy sins, which are many, are forgiven, for thou lovest much."(1) And when the elders had set another woman which had sinned before Him, and had left the sentence to Him, and were gone out, our Lord, the Searcher of the hearts, inquiring of her whether the elders had condemned her, and being. produced by judith boss. html version by al haines. the house of the seven gables by nathaniel hawthorne table of contents introductory note author's preface i. the old pyncheon family ii. the little shop-window iii. the first customer iv. a day behind the counter v. may and november vi. maule's well vii. the guest viii. the pyncheon of to-day ix.


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who by their gluttony and luxury ruin their own bodies. But tile parallelism with the wine drinker shows plainly. Full text of "Scripture testimony against intoxicating wine" See other formats.The fear of God, therefore, that was the cause of his self-denial, was this grace of fear in his heart.

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