History of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ: Virginia Conference

Ruebush-Kieffer Company, 1921 - 315 pages

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Page 6 - ... so far as it went; but it did not go far enough. The...
Page 167 - Shepherd : though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil ; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
Page 29 - The ground and object of these meetings is to be, that those thus united may encourage one another, pray and sing in unison, and watch over one another's conduct. At these meetings they are to be especially careful to see to it that family worship is regularly maintained. All those who are thus united are to take heed that no disturbances occur among them, and that the affairs of the congregations be conducted and managed in an orderly manner.
Page 23 - Many Germans live there. Most of them are Mennisten [Mennonites], who are in a bad condition. Nearly all religious earnestness and zeal is extinguished among them. Besides them, a few church people live there, partly Lutheran, partly Reformed. The Rev. Mr. Klug visits them occasionally. It is, so to say, one of his branch congregations. He preaches and administers also the Lord's Supper to them. They do not want to hear the preaching of the brethren at this place.
Page 9 - In reading the lesson he used spectacles, which he would take off and hold in his left hand while speaking. He had a high forehead, a double chin with a beautiful dimple in the center. His locks were gray, his dress parsonic.
Page 49 - would come after me," — if any one pretends to be my disciple, " let him take up his cross and follow me.

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