Image from web page 139 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)

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Image from web page 139 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)

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Identifier: ladieshomejourna65janwyet
Title: The Ladies’ house journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: Internet Archive
Digitizing Sponsor: Net Archive

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Made by The Yale &amp Toicne Manufacturing Co.t makersoffamoun YALE locks since 1868.. . Empire State Bldg., New York LADIES* House JOURNAL 137 (Continued from Page 135) Go out for practice—in your condition! Sure, said plucky Tom. If I didnt thether boys would consider Id quit. On one more occasion, when one of his:randparents had died, Dewey requestedj emission to leave college during the soon after-: oon to attend the funeral. Dont you want the morning also?sked Tuck. No, said Tom. Much as I love myrandparents, my job is to be at schoolearning what I can. I can go to the funeralnd nonetheless come to college in the morning.rou see, its all part of the preparation forhe future. Principal Tuck lived for a time in a rentedoom in the Dewey property at 421 Oliver Streeti Owosso, and so came to know young)ewey really properly. One particular point that worriediim was that Tom was so intelligent, and soware of his personal smartness, that the othermpils disliked him. Even some of theeachers complained that Tom sat throughheir classes

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Image from web page 124 of “The Millions 1898” (1898)

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Identifier: millions1898chin
Title: The Millions 1898
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: China Inland Mission
Subjects: Missions
Publisher: [Philadelphia] China Inland Mission
Contributing Library: Knox – University of Toronto
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them to think about if.111 spite of dangers, any life can examine with that provided up for theevangelization of the world, if any satisfaction is so great as that ofbringing gladness to the heart of Christ and life to the souls of guys.and if any future reward can be so glorious as being permitted to laytrophies of redeemed lives at the feet of Jesus in the coming day ?In spite of the threatenings of evil doers, we ask guys and women 10follow the Lamb whithersoever He goeth yea. and simply because of threat-enings. we ask the Lords followers to go to these who threaten withmessages of peace, given that the extremely wickedness of their threateningsis the revelation of their need of Christ. We pray, for that reason, for menand women whose lives have been cast by the Spirit into martyr-mould. May our coming Lord give to us anil to China numerous suchlives as these for the hastening of the day of His glory.8 and to Lombard Street Toronto. CHINAS MILLIONS Hnconbtttonal Surrender/ 2 Cor. five : 14, 15.BY MR. WALTER B. SLOAN.

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HESE verses tell us of themotive that is to lead to theyielding up of ourselves itis the adore of Christ thatconstraineth us and thenthey show us how completethe surrender is to be. Hith-erto we have lived unto our-selves now we are to liveonly unto Him who died forus and rose once more. The full surrender of ourredeemed lives to the posses-sion and control of ourRedeemer is not all that isinvolved in Christian livingbut it is an vital hyperlink ina excellent chain, and no chain is total if one hyperlink be missing sono life is what it ought to be unless this complete and unreserved sur-render has been made. Occasionally it is said, But is not the willof each and every Christian fully given up to Christ ? The greatest answerto that query will be discovered by searching at the lives that we knowaround us, and then asking, Do these lives look as if the HolySpirit was in supreme manage of the hearts ? Then we have sor-lowfully to admit, that whilst Christ ought to have full possession ofeach redeemed heart, quite frequently

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