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Page 18 - And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee : for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them that seek thee.
Page 321 - The name of the LORD is a strong tower: the righteous runneth into it, and is safe.
Page 332 - A very dainty, winsome volume." — Freeman. "Primitive New England life, hospitality, and home-heartedness are finely wrought out in it. There is a quiet, easy grace, a pleasant sparkle, and a genial attractiveness in the style which exactly suits the life, manner, and personages of the narrative. A most admirable one for home interest and delight.
Page 235 - Better to hope, though the clouds hang low, And to keep the eyes still lifted; For the sweet blue sky will soon peep through, When the ominous clouds are rifted! There was never a night without a day, Or an evening without a morning, And the darkest hour, as the proverb goes, Is the hour before the dawning.