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86 About a Wife 86 A Home for his Mother 132 A Slight Difficulty 139 A Lady's
Letter from Home 148 A Beautiful Incident 176 A Happy Illustration 196 An Ex-
President Among his Neighbors.. 201 About Dull Sermons 274 A Cheerful Giver
Milton had three wives. Between himself and the first there was no congeniality.
Domestic misery was the result. And as it would seem from what our author says,
the woman was not alone to blame. " The biographer, acquainted with the event,
Milton with a noble leonine clemency which became him, cared not for excuses
for the past. It was em. ugh that she was come back, and was willing to live with
him as his wife. He received her at once, and not only her, but on the surrender of
At length be was called to a congregation, whither he took his Berlin affianced as
his wife. He later became a famous Berlin preacher, a popular favorite whom
great crowds flocked to hear. He was a man of medium height; cheerful in his ...
His wife had died, his only child was repeatedly seriously ill ; the villagers were
rough, ignorant people, who annoyed the good man in various ways. Here he
wrote hymns " under circumstances which would have made most men cry rather
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these words are true, there shall come a time when the lamb shall speak with the wolf and they will lay down together as bretheren and the lamb will eat the grass and the wolf shall only eat of the deer, and they shall be just and as one and all manner of things born of light and dark shall give themselves unto the lord and the son and the great holy spirit. And they shall love one another till the kingdom of peace is at it's end. And shall not do harm unto each other, but shall leave their way unto peace, and men shall shrink at the sight of them and shall not harm of one single hair upon their head until their work is done. These are the words of the guardians, if you fall by the way, pick yourselves up with the lord so that you may do his works. So saith the lord.