Package Processing Log
Package Processing Log
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â€œ She reluctantly followed Lucy.â€â€”p. 15.
WRITTEN FOR THE AMBBICAN SUNDAYT-SCHOOL UNION
AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION,
1122 Cuxsenvt 8.
Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1860, by the
AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION,
in the Clerkâ€™s Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of
w@ No books are published by the Amznrcan SUNDAY-SCHOOL Umox
without the sanction of the Committee of Publication, consisting of
fourteen members, from the following denominations of Christians, vis.
Baptist, Methodist, Congregationalist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, and Re-
formed Dutch. Not more than three of the members can be of the
same denomination, and no book can be published to which any mem-
ber of the Committee shall objest.
COMING TO JESUS. ...sssceserereeseenesees ennees snnunenes sansnres 9
CONSCIENTIOUSNESS Â«-. s+ seeevesee senses seates srenerans tanneners 17
Tux Bravsâ€”Their Song of Praiseâ€”Their Industryâ€”
Their Happy Life .......s.sssesrssesssrrerecesnseneens see 29
A VISIT TO THE TOMB. ....000s a teeecees sosseeees sonsesere soeees 38
Tux Lirrte Graz ox rH2 Braceâ€”A Childâ€™s Argument 48
LETTER VI. â€”
Tax Buravriru. Siantâ€”Lucyâ€™s Sympathyâ€”Hmcyâ€™s
* Marraa: Tax Carty wo Loven Jesusâ€”or Christian
Graces and Duties illustrated in the life of a child.. 62
Mazrua, Continurpâ€”Her Love of Godâ€”Of His Wor-
ship and Communionâ€”His Holy Wordâ€”His People
â€” His Cause. ......sss sesscceee covssenes sovevsees soneeesee ovcvee 76
Ox Praverâ€”Simple Directionsâ€”The Little Girlâ€™s
Soliloquyâ€”Why God does not always answer prayer 84
THE Dy1nG CHILD'S COMMUNING.......4. cesessseererese coeees 93
Crosmma Larrse........ cvcees coccee evceee coesee Goeeeseeeee + 00000108
Ir may add to the young reader's in
terest to know, that the various articles
which compose this small volume were
actually addressed to a class of girls be-
tween the ages of nine and twelve, and
that the simple narratives it contains are
sketches of real incidents and characters.
eesti epg inctrinpan on pina at raat ht anietitngnteaednet tom fa
? ' .
. â€˜ 4
as ahwor SHY, wily Oh teba-vie fa â€œ -
i 6 peer ies 7 wilt taalÃ©- wont of aan 4
ou civics 7 " rm wih? anciithe dbnhiw: *
â€˜era leet Gg of 1 Soames ble wilasten
ortowt si ovine to orrge lt groererd
eH sevtistiag olgaly edt bank - i
oh stieobing? - ee teibstoc
i accdcmainall hearst -1tergptindh pe iy
Coming to Sesus.
My bEAR younG Frienps,â€”As I expect
to be absent from you nearly all summer,
I feel that it will be both a pleasure and
a privilege to write to you occasionally,
as I intimated when I saw you last.
â€œWhen I saw you last!â€ You cannot
tell, my dear children, what pleasant |
remembrances are recalled as I write these -
words. I go back to the last Sabbath,1
spent in the city,â€”enter the house of God
and take a well-known seat in our com-
modious Sunday-school room. Presently
I am surrounded by a group of little
girls, whose pleasant smiles and cheerful
10 GIFT FOR SUNDAY-SCHOLARS.
voices tell of in-dwelling love and kind-
ness, at least for the present occasion.
Oh! may this ever be said of them.
May their hearts ever be full of love to
God and good-will to their fellow-crea-
I imagine, as I have already said,
that my little pupils gather around me.
They are all there. Yes,â€”they are all
there. How pleasant this is to a teacher
you cannot well know. When she looks
at her little flock and sees them all be-
fore herâ€”none prevented from attending
by disinclination, sickness, or deathâ€”she
is not only happy and thankful for Godâ€™s
goodness, but she prays that she may
one day meet them in a world where
neither sickness, death, nor aversion to
duty are ever known. Then she com-
mends them in silent prayer to the good
Shepherd, and earnestly beseeches hira
COMING TO JESUS. 11
to receive them each and all into his
safe and pleasant fold.
Now, my dear children, I hha you to
think seriously of what I am about to
say. Imagine that you lived at the time
our Saviour was upon the earth, and
that, as you pass near a spot where he
is sitting and conversing with many per-
sons, a parent or kind friend invites you
to gotohim. You have often heard of
him, of the great love which led him to
to come down from heaven to die for sin-
ners; but you have never seen him.
You have never beheld that lovely face.
You have never heard that gracious
voice. You know him not.
But you appear not to notice the invi-
tation of your friend. He urges, he en-
treats you to go and look at this generous
Friendâ€”â€œ the Lamb of God that taketh
away the sin of the world.â€ But you
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are more interested in your play than in
what he says, and you reply,
â€œNo, I cannot go now,â€”I am not
ready.â€ You cannot leave that which :
you most love, to go to Him who left his |
glorious and happy home in heaven to
suffer and die for you!
But I think I hear each of your voices,
my pupils, earnestly exclaim,
â€œOh, yes, we would! We surely would
have left every thing to go and see Jesus,
if we had lived at that time.â€
Dear children, you can go to him now
and give him your affections, and obey Â«
his voice, and learn to do his will, by
daily prayer and reading of the Bible.
We will suppose that there are other
children near, when the kind friend in-
vited you to go to Jesus. They hear his
invitation. They listen. They think
each one within herself, â€œOh, I should
COMING TO JESUS. 18
love to go to him.â€ Your teacher sees,
by their attentive attitude and earnest
looks, that they are interested in his
words. He turns to them and says,
â€œWill you come to Jesus?â€ Perhaps
they reply, â€œ We fear he will not regard
us among so many,â€ or â€œ We are sinful
children; we are afraid to go, lest he
should not receive us because of our sins;
but we would love to see Jesus.â€
They cease to speak. They hear a
voice. They listen; for it seems very
near, and appears to be meant for them
-â€”â€œ Suffer the little children to come unto
me, and forbid them not; for of such is
the kingdom of heaven.â€
It is full of love and tenderness. It
affects their young hearts. They tum
to look, and behold! the Shepherd of
Israel, who is said to carry the lambs in
his bosom, waits to neceive them. Thy
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run to him. He extends his hands to
them, takes them in his arms and blesses
them. Now are they safe and happy;
for they whom Jesus blesses must surely
be both safe and happy forevermore.
Ihave made this supposition to illus-
trate to you the willingness of Jesus to
regard the faintest desire to love and
serve him, if that desire be sincere. But
if it be sincere, it will lead you to give
up something in order to follow him.
By your own admission, you have not
yet begun to seek the Saviour, while
some children, who have not been taught
so long as you, and who have had much
fewer advantagesâ€”having had no reli-
gious instruction at homeâ€”have given
their hearts to him, and are showing by
their lives that they love him.
Two from our school, Mary Weston
and Eliza Gillett, are about publicly to
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profess their love to him. Surely the
blessed Jesus has been into our Sunday-
school and gathered these lambs into his
fold. It seems to me that he has been
so near that you could hear his gracious
voice, saying, â€œCome unto me.â€
And will you still refuse? You know
the danger of delay. You know that you
must all stand before him in judgment.
Which of you would be willing to be found
at his left hand, and among those to whom
he will say, â€œ Depart, ye cursed !â€
You have heard of his love. You
know the way to him. I will not weary
you now by pointing it out to you; but,
once more, I would affectionately entreat
you to repent and believe on him, that
you may hear him say to you, at the last
day, â€œCome, ye blessed of my Father,
inherit the kingdom prepared for you
from the foundation of the world.â€
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I hope I shall hear from you often
during my absence, and that I shall oc-
casionally receive a letter from each one,
as you have given me this pleasure in
times past. It will be profitable to you
and pleasant to me, if you will tell me
your thoughts on the subjects we have
often talked about. Such confidence is
very pleasing to a teacher.
It is my intention to send you, some-
times a letter, and sometimes a sketch,
drawn from real occurrences, and Miss
Urwin, who has kindly offered to take
charge of your sewing-circle, will read
them to you.
With kind wishes for your happiness,
Your AFFECTIONATE TEACHER.
My pear Poupits,â€”You have often
heard me speak of the importartce of
always giving heed to that monitory
voice within, which we call conscience.
How important this is to the well-being
of your soul as well as to your happi-
ness, I cannot say. Did you always
heed its monitions, you would rarely
stray from the path of duty; for it
always utters its warning when you are
ubout to do wrong. Can you not re-
member some act of disobedience to
parents, or of unfaithfulness in duty?
And do you not, also, rensmmabet the
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previous gentle warning of conscience?
Had you heeded it, you would have
acted right, and been peaceful and happy,
but by resisting it, you sinned and were
I well recollect an early act of dis-
obedience,â€”perhaps it was my first. As
I was about to commit the sinful deed,
the friendly voice seemed to call loudly,
â€œMary, stop!â€â€”I hesitated. It remon-
strated. â€œWhat would your mother
say?â€ â€œOh, it is such a little thing;
she will not care,â€ I inwardly replied,
and thus silenced the kind whisper.
I might go on to tell you of repeated
acts of transgression, and how, each time,
I had first to silence the gentle remon-
strance, and how, at length, it was easier
to sin than at first, and harder to repent,
but I will give you another case no less
Lucy and Catherine were sisters.
They had been equally well taught,
and had enjoyed the same religious ad
vantages. They were fond of each
other's society, and usually agreed well
together. But there was a difference in
Lucy was a conscientious and truth-
ful child, who, in all things, endear
voured to do what was right. Ido not
think she was ever guilty of disobedience,
â€ or of telling an untruth, or of prevarica-
ting in any way. She seemed to have
the fear of God before her, and habitu-
ally sought to do what was pleasing in
Here was the difference between her
and her sister. Lucy obeyed from prin-
ciple and love; Catherine through fear,
or because it was, on the whole, the
easiest way. Disobedience brought trou-
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ble and anxiety, if not punishment
She could be faithful in duty, at school,
and at home, when it happened to suit
her, or because she was ambitious and
wished to be thought well of, or when
ever it did not interfere with her own
will and pleasure. Then it was that
restraint was irksome and temptation
strong, as the following incident will
One day, returning from school,
earlier than usual, they were solicited
by some school-fellows to remain and
play with them upon a wide common, by
which they had to pass on their way
The afternoon was bright and plea
sant, and the temptation to play upon
the soft grass or along the margin of the
pond, after having been in school all
day, was very great But they knew
they were not allowed to go there without
permission, and Lucy at once refused.
Catherine hesitated. She tried to
think there would be no harm, notwith-
standing an inward conviction to the
contrary. She wanted to do a thing
which was wrong, because she could not
otherwise enjoy the tempting pleasure
which at present enticed her. So she
sought to persuade herself and others
that it was no more than right, and in
reply to an expostulation of her sister,
â€œ We might as well be playing on the
grass as to be in school, where we should
have had to be if it had not been out 80
soon. We shall not get home any later
than on other days.â€
â€œBut mother has positively said we
must never stay without first having ob
tained permission of her,â€ replied Lucy.
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â€œQh, she is only afraid we shall stay
out too late. But now it is so early
there is no danger. Let us go only this
once,â€”mother will not care, I know.â€
â€œ But God will care, Caty; God will
surely care whether we do right or wrong,â€
replied her sister, as she stopped at an
opening of the fence, through which they
must pass to go home, and looked to see
if Catherine would follow.
Catherine followed, ashamed to be
thought disobedient; but not ashamed
of the thoughts of disobedience which
were in her heart. In heart she had
broken the fifth commandment, as she,
some time afterward, saw and confessed.
She had often slighted the voice of con-
science, and would not now have scru-
pled to disobey. It was only her sisterâ€™s
firmness which prevented. Could she
have done so without exposure, she
would have remained to play. As it
was, she reluctantly followed Lucy,
secretly saying, â€œI shall be glad when
I am a woman, and then I can act as T
â€œGod will care!â€™â€”Oh, how many
times, in after years, did these words
of a dear sister come to Catherineâ€™s
mind, when that sisterâ€™s voice was silent
in the grave.
â€œGod will care whether we do right
or wrongâ€”and you believed this and
acted upon it, dear sistÃ©r,â€™â€”she would
often mentally exclaim, in hours of
bitter lamentation for past sinsâ€”sins
like the above, of which the memory
was painful; secret sins, sins of heart
or intention,â€”not open acts of trans-
gression. Such, when her heart was
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regenerated by the Holy Spirit, did she
realize to be equally offensive in the
sight of God with the actual commission
Often did she weep, in bitter sorrow,
at such remembrances. Often at the
midnight hour would these lines, which
she had learned in childhood, come to
mind with a new and peculiar force,â€”
Â« Almighty God, thy piercing eye
Strikes through the shades of night,
And our most SECRET ACTIONS lie
All open to thy sight.â€
There is, to me, much point in these
words, though* but the language of a
childjâ€”â€œGod will care whether we do
right or wrong.â€ :
Yes! God will care, or he would not
have written in his holy word com-
mands for you to keepâ€”for children to
God will care, or he would not have
placed within your bosom that friendly
monitor, to counsel you to do right, to
warn you when about to stray, and to
commend you when you do well.
Yes, dear children, God does care
whether you do right or wrong, and
knows it too. His holy eye beholds
your secret thoughts, your daily con-
duct; approves of what you do well ;
condemns what you do wrong.
If it is with any one of you an
habitual endeavour conscientiously , to
do your duty, at home, as a child, or a
sister; or at school, as a pupil or a com-
panion,â€”if this be your constant aim, and
if you daily seek divine aid in order to
do this, and are watchful and prayerful,
and truly penitent when you sin, you
cannot have better evidence that your
heart is renewed.
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But if, on the contrary, your conduct
is careless,â€”if you are undutiful as 4
child; selfish, disobliging, or unkind as a
sister or playfellow, you have no reason
to think yourself a Christian, however
diligently you may read your Bible, or
however punctual and constant you may
be in observing the forms of devotion
and prayer. If the conduct be habitu-
ally wrong, the heart must be wrong.
As a tree is known by its fruit, so is a
child by his doings.
If such has, heretofore, been your
daily life; if you have so repeatedly
slighted and resisted the voice of con-
science, that its warnings have become
so faint as to be scarcely perceptible ;
begin from this very time to reform,
seeking and depending continually upon
divine grace. Begin with your very
next temptation. You are, I will sup-
pose, tempted to slight that work, to
hurry over that lesson, that you may
have more time to play. Or your mo
ther calls, and you obey reluctantly, sul-
lenly, and are ill-humoured or disrespect-
ful. Stop now a moment, and think,
â€œIf I go on in this way, I shall be an un-
principled child, and then an unprincipled
woman; without the fear of God before
my eyes.â€ Qh, what a spectacle in the
sight of a holy God and his holy angels !
Check the wicked thought; resist the
evil disposition. Call earnestly to God
for his gracious help, and obey the man-
date of that faithful bosom friend, so
It will be hard, at first, to return to
duty. But one such effort as the above
will give you strength, and it will be
easier to do right the next time. Perse-
vereâ€”aiways seeking help from above.
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I will give you the following lines to
learn, and I would have you always
remember them on awaking in the
Â«My God, as now from sleep I wake,
The sole possession of me take,
Guard my first springs of thought or will,
And with thyself my spirit fill.
â€œDirect, control, suggest, this day,
All I design, or do, or say;
That all my powers, with all their might,
In thy sole glory may unite.â€
YOUR AFFECTIONATE TEACHER,
@ Lesson from the Birds.
My pear Purits,â€”I have oftentimes
wished you were here, if it were only to
look at the beautiful little birds, which
are hopping in the paths and walks be-
fore the windows, or flying among the
branches of the numerous trees near the
house where I am.
My little friend, Maria, has been watch
ing them with me for nearly an hour, and
listening to the sweet melody with which
the little warblers fill the air from morn-
ing to night. Long before sunrise this
morning, my ear was delighted with the
harmony of the busy little minstrelÃ©
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singing their Makerâ€™s praises before en-
gaging in the various employments of
the day. It made me think of some
children I know, whose pleasant voices
are first heard by their parents in their
morning-song of praise. Then I thought
of my dear Sunday-scholars, and won-
dered if their voices might be heard in
prayer every morning, thanking the kind
Friend who has watched over them and
awakened them once more in health and
happiness, to receive again their kind
parentsâ€™ care, and to enjoy the love and
society of brothers and sisters. Never
omit this duty, my dear children: it is
exceedingly ungrateful, and, of course,
But to return to the birds. I have
been charmed by their melody, and I think
you would be charmed too. The cheerful
twitter of the swallow, the little robinâ€™s
LESSON FROM THE BIRDS. 81
pleasant chirp, and the sweet warbling
of other feathered visiters, harmoniously
mingling together, would, I know, please
you much, were you here to enjoy it. And
then you would be pleased to notice their
variety, for which a very good opportunity
is afforded here. It is unusual. to see so
many near a house; but this is a very
retired spot. There is no noise to disturb
them, and the trees are very thick. Here
we see the gayly-dressed oriole, flitting
like a flame from tree to treeâ€”the swal-
low, with his glossy black coat and white
breastâ€”the beautiful blue-bird and the
red-breasted robinâ€”the bright little yel-
lew-bird and the sparrow,â€”the plain and
hamble little sparrow,â€”which, small
though it be, is not beneath the notice
of vur Friend above, since â€œnot one of
them can fall to the ground without our
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These industrious little creatures are
now on the wing in search of materials
to build their nests; for this is a very
busy season with them. I love to watch
their motions, and while I see them so
busy and happy, I think I learn a good
lesson, which is this:
Useful employment tends to happiness,
and will, in all ordinary cases, ensure it.
I have sometimes seen birds quarrel-
ling, when confined, although they have
plenty to eat and drink; but I never saw
birds in the open air at war among them-
selves. If.it be a fact that the latter
never quarrel, I think the reason must
be, not only that they have not time,
but that they feel too happy; while
the former, having nothing to do but
eat and drink, become cross and quar-
Whether this be true of birds, I know
LESSON FROM THE BIRDS. 838
not; but I am pretty sure it is usually
the case with boys and girls. Iam quite
certain, my little girls, that if you had
nothing to do but to play, you would
soon become very miserable.
A little girl, once spending a day with
a lady who knew her well, and who took
great interest in children, complained to
her that she had so much to doâ€”so
many lessons to learn, &. She said
this in a tone of complaint quite unusual
The lady replied, â€œWell, my dear, go
home and thank your mother that she
keeps you so well employed.â€
The child was surprised, and looked
up inquiringly. The lady continued :
â€œYes, Lucy, you have need to be very
thankful that you have so wise a mo
ther; for of all the little girls I know,
(and I know a great many,) you always
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seem the happiest at your play. You
enter into it more heartily and with more
true enjoyment than many. It would
not be so if you had more time to spend
in play. Do you not enjoy play very
â€œOh, yes, ma'am, only I do not have
â€œTf you had more, you would not en-
joy it so well,â€ returned the lady.
Lucy thought a good deal of what th:
lady had said. She thought it must be
true, because so good a person had sdid
it; but she could hardly believe it, and
she felt as if she would like to know for
herself. So she went home and told he-
mother all that had been said, and also
the experiment she wished to try, asking
her if she might not have as much time
to play as she wished, for a week.
Her mother consented, and Lucy
LESSON FROM THE BIRDS. 35
hegan-â€”not with claiming the whole of
her time for play; for she was a sensible
little girl, and did not desire this ;â€”but
she chose all her time out of school.
This was a much greater proportion
than she had heretofore been indulged
in. For she had been taught to consider
that a part of this time ought to be gaven
to making herself useful by little â€œSecon
in the family. nF
At the close of the first dayâ€™s trial, she
did not feel quite satisfied with herself;
yet could not help thinking what a good
time it had been to her.
The next day she did the same, and
the next; but towards the close of the
third day, though she did not absolutely
quarrel with her brothers and sisters, every
thing seemed to go wrong, and feeling
very iil-humonred at night, she did not
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care to inquire into the cause of it, or to
reflect much upon any thing.
In the afternoon of the fourth day, she
was glad to sit down by her motherâ€™s
side to work, and while there said, â€œ Mo-
ther, I think I will not finish this week
as I began it.â€
Her mother replied, â€œYou had better
continue, Lucy, and then you will feel
more satisfied, and quite swre which is the
Lucy did so; but she more than ever
missed the pleasant requests for her little
services, and lost many a precious oppor-
tunity to feel happy at the thought of
having done something for her mother and
the younger children.â€™ Before the week
closed, she shed many tears; for she felt
lonely and sad in the midst of a large
and happy family. She also wept to
think she had not had more confidence
LESSON FROM THE BIRDS. 87
in so good and kind a mother, and was
glad ever after to submit to her better
judgment in all things. Our heavenly
Father has so made us that to be either
happy or healthy we must be active, and
he has also connected our happiness with
our usefulness. Then he has given us
constant opportunities to be useful. Not
a dayâ€”nor even an hour can pass, while
we are awake and well, in which there
is not something useful to be done for
In closing, dear children, I will give
you this motto to think upon,
â€œBE USEFUL THAT YOU MAY BE HAPPY.â€
With kind remembrances,
Your AFFECTIONATE TEACHER.
Q Visit to the Comb.
A rew days since, I was called to
attend the funeral of a little friend and
relative. Edward Dale, an active little
boy nine years of age, now lay in his
narrow coffin, ready to be conveyed to
the silent tombâ€”to be borne away for
ever from the house which had been his
earthly home. Friends were assembled
to pay the last tribute of affection to one
whom they had known and loved.
Little Edward had been well instructed
at home and in the Sunday-school. We
think he truly repented of his sins, that
he loved God, and was accepted through
A VISIT TO THE TOMB. 89
the merits and atoning sacrifice of our
blessed Redeemer; and when, at his
funeral, the clergyman repeated the
words, â€œSuffer the little children to come
unto me and forbid them not, for of such
is the kingdom of heaven,â€ bereaved friends
felt a cheering hope that his redeemed
spirit was among the number of happy
children that surround the throne of God.
The service at the house being over,
the remains were removed, and surviving
friends followed the little body to its last
resting-place. The remaining burial-ser-
vice was performed at the entrance of the
vault, which was beneath the church.
The contrast between the busy, noisy,
crowded streets we had just left, and this
atill solitary place, where no sunshine
ever enters, was striking and impressive.
But there was something more impressive
still, which could not fail to affect every
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heart, as we walked silently up to the
entrance of the opened tomb, at the
farthest extremity of the aisle. It was
the sound of those sublime words, re-
peated with feeling and emphasis, â€œam
the resurrection and the life: he that believeth
in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.
And whosoever liveth and believeth in me
shall never die.â€
Here is lightâ€”light in the tombâ€”light
and hope and even joy. Our Redeemer
has passed through the tomb before usâ€”
as it were to light the wayâ€”and if we
love him, we need not fear to follow.
The body shall be raised by his mighty
power, and the soul, we know, shall never
dieâ€”it â€œshall not be hurt of the second
death.â€ How gloomy a place is the
tomb without this hope! The prison
iike wallsâ€”the iron doorsâ€”the moulder-
ing coffins piled togetherâ€”who would
A VISIT TO THE TOMB 4X
want to lie here? Oh, as we place a
new tenant here, still bearing some sem-
blance of life, what need have we of such
an assurance as this, â€œJ heard a voice
from heaven, saying, Blessed are the dead
which die in the Lord from henceforth.â€
This is a voice from heaven indeed, and
we heard the cheering words repeated by
the lips of Godâ€™s servant, just as Edwardâ€™s
little body passed the gloomy portal, to
be placed beside the dark old coffins
1 looked into the narrow house of death.
There were many coffins of various sizes;
among them two very small ones, each
of which once contained a tender infant
form, now probably mouldered into dust.
The newsone looked bright and clean
compared with those already there, but
they were once as new as this, and this
would soon become like them. At the
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door of this tomb, some of the tenants of
these very coffins had wept on placing
the dear objects of their love within its
walls; yet their turn came to die, and so
must ours. Let us then set our affections
on things above, and not on things on the
earth, and endeavour to lay up treasures
in that blest word, where
â€œFree from sorrow, free from strife,
In the world of love and life,
Where no sinful thing hath trod ;
In the presence of their God,
Spotless, blameless, glorified,
Pious children shall abide.â€
While the body moulders back to dust,
as it was, the spirit returns to God who
Che Little Girl on the Beach.
One fine summer afternoon, a party
of children, under the care of a female
attendant, were enjoying themselves by
the seaside. Some were occupied in
gathering shells and pebbles, others in
running to and fro along the smooth,
sandy beach, and others in watching the
waves as they alternately approached
and receded from the shore.
They were delighted with the liberty
given them and with the novelty of the
Having amused herself for a while
with the others, one of the elder little
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girls might be seen to stand and gaze in-
tently on the vast expanse before her,
and then up into the deep, blue sky
above. It was a quiet and retired spot,
and being unobserved by her compa-
nions, she withdrew to a little rocky
nook, and while she appeared to be ar-
ranging the flowers and grasses she had
gathered by the way, her thoughts were
more busily occupied.
The scene around her had deeply im-
pressed her mind with a sense of the
greatness, power and majesty of God.
â€œOh, how wonderful is that God, who
can hold this great, great ocean under
his control! â€˜Thus far shalt thou go
and no further, and here shall thy proud
waves be stayed. Oh, how mighty he
is! â€˜He taketh up the isles as a very lit-
tle thing.â€™ And can this great God no-
tice a creature so small as I am, so as to
THE LITTLE GIRL ON THE BEACH. 45
care much for me? I am only a speck
on this large earth, and know scarcely
any thing. My father and mother can
praise him and serve him; but I can-
not. They know a great deal about him;
but I know nothing. Oh, he cannot no-
tice such a child, or care whether I love
him or not.â€
The moment she gave admission to
this thought, there followed a struggle
in her bosom; for the tempter was
suggesting unworthy conceptions of God,
and endeavouring to increase her doubts
of his personal care and interest in the
smallest of his creatures. Conscience
remonstrated; for she had been better
taught, and she felt an inward uneasi-
ness and depression.
â€œYou need not think any more about
these things,â€ suggested the tempter;
and she arose and endeavoured to banish
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the thoughts, while she gathered some
red berries that grew on a vine which
crept over the rock. She did not suc-
seed, however, in banishing thought.
She could not rest in the idea that God
did not care for her; although she had
not a realizing sense of his care. In
the first place, she did not really believe
it, and in the next, she did not wish to
believe it; for there was in her heart a
secret and even earnest longing for the
protection and love of God. She wished
to have him for her friend, and this feel-
ing had increased of late.
She was unhappy. There was in her
heart a secret yearning afterGod. Who
had implanted that yearning desire? That
very feeling was an evidence of his in-
terest in her; for he wished her to love
him and be happy; therefore he had
excited in her young heart desires after
THE LITTLE GIRL ON THE BEACH. 47
his favour and love. He was near her,
though she saw him not. He was lead-
ing her, though she knew it not; and his
Holy Spirit was teaching her through
his works. In this way he shows his
condescension. In this way he visits
the children of men and strives to draw
them to himself.
She sat down again, with an anxious
feeling at the heart, and a melancholy
expression of countenance, saying, in-
â€œOh, if I only knew that God cared
for me! I have been told so; but I
cannot make it seem so.â€ And, in her un-
easiness, she thrust her hand into her
pocket and drew thence some shells.
They were small, some of them ex-
tremely so; yet she perceived that they
were the habitation of some animal ; for
in two or three, she saw the little crea
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ture still living and moving. In consi-
dering them, a train of thought was sug-
gested like the following.
â€œGod has made these little creatures.
I should not have thought he would
care to make such small things. They
are smaller than I, and do not seem to
be of any use; ye he cares for them and
keeps them alive. Oh, I do not know
that either ; larger fish may eat them up,
or they may die. Yes, but while they
do live, they enjoy themselves. So mo-
ther says, that all living creatures enjoy
life, and that God made them for that
purpose, and to be useful to other crea
tures. If then God cares for these small
things, I should suppose that he would
care more for me; for he has given me
a soul, and that is worth a great deal
more than the earth or any thing that is
in it; and why did he give me a soul, if
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it were not to glorify him and enjoy
him for ever. He surely wished me to
be happy; for he is a good and kind
Being; and mother says, that to be
happy, I must love him.â€
A new idea seemed to be presented to
her mind, and on her way home, it ap-
peared to her that she could see God in
every thing. As she looked up to the
trees, and heard the soft breeze murmur-
ing among them, it seemed a voice, say-
ing, â€œGod is here.â€ The little flowers
seemed to look up, with a smile, and say,
â€œGod is love.â€ The birds, as they flew
to and fro, or sung on the leafy boughs,
seemed to be calling her to love God,
who had made them sv happy.
She could not escape from these
thoughts, and she wondered why they
made her feel sad. But the reason was
this. God had swveees to her some-
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thing of his goodness, holiness and love.
She felt that she ought to love him,
and it was the consciousness of a want
of such love that made her sad. At
length, she could not help praying, si-
lently, in her heart, â€œO God, show me
the way to love thee.â€
Then these words came to her mind,
as if a voice had spoken them, â€œJ am the
way, and the truth, and the life.â€
She had just reached home. The
younger children, having run on before,
had gone into the house. She had
walked home silently by the side of
Nanny, the servant girl, and while the
little ones were relating their adventures
to their mother, she went up to her own
room, and no one being there, she kneeled
down and prayed, in these words, though
she sobbed almost aloud :â€”
â€œQh, blessed Jesus! thou art the way
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to God. Teach me how to love him
and to serve him. I am a very sinful
child; do not look upon my sins, but
forgive them; for thou didst die for me.
I cannot bear to live thus any longer.
Oh, be my friend, and help me to do my
duty every day, and to avoid that which
is displeasing in thy sight; for I can
never become good and holy without
thy help, and I am full of sorrow be-
cause of my sins. Oh, hear me and
pardon me, and make me thy child.
She arose, and was surprised to find
- how peaceful she felt. The weight that
before seemed so heavy on her heart
was gone, and she wiped away her tears.
It was in this way she gave herself to
God. In this short prayer, she con-
fessed her sins. She rested on the
blessed Saviour for forgiveness. She
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sincerely desired to become a holy child,
and she felt that she could not become
so without his grace; therefore, she
resigned herself to his teaching and
From that time, she commenced a
religious life, which she yet endeavours
steadfastly to continue.
Che Brantitul Sight.
â€œOu, mother, where ave you going ?â€
said Lucy to her mother, by whose side
she walked, as she turned to enter a
dark, narrow alley, with miserable-look-
ing houses on each side, and dirty, ragged
children playing about in the lane, or sit-
ting shivering in the door-ways of their
â€œJT am going to show you a beautiful
sight, my dear,â€ replied her mother.
â€œWhat, here, mother? How can it
â€œYou shall see,â€ returned her mother,
stooping to speak â€œ a little Trish boy,
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who was about to pass her, though, at
the same time, he looked timidly up into
her face, with a smile of recognition.
â€œ Well, Jerry,â€ said she, â€œ did you go
to Sunday-school yesterday â€
â€œYes, ma'am, and look what Miss
Gilson gave me,â€ continued he, drawing
a little book from his pocket, his eyes
glistening with delight.
â€œA very pretty present, Jerry. Con-
tinue to be a good boy, to obey your
teachers, and mind your book, and you
will always find a friend in me,â€ said
Lucyâ€™s mother, as she parted from him.
â€œ What a poor little boy, mother! He
has no warm clothes this cold day, though
he is not ragged nor dirty. He loves to
â€œYes, Lucy, and you see how he
prizes one little book, the only one he
has, except a Testament and his school-
THE BEAUTIFUL SIGHT. 55
books. Can you not learn s lesson from
Lucy thought a moment, and said, â€œI
suppose it ought to make me careful of
mine, and when I have done with them
give them away to those who have
â€œ A good answer, Lucy. At the same
time, let me remind you it should fill
your heart with emotions of gratitude to
Him who has given your parents the
means and the disposition to provide
you with many good books; although
they have not riches to bestow.â€
â€œOh, mother, is it here you are going?â€
asked Lucy, as they entered the door of
a dismal-looking house, and began to a&
cend the dark stairway.
â€œ Yes, Lucy, it is here,â€ said her mother,
and she opened a door at the head of the
stairs and went in with her little girl.
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Lucy found a much neater looking
room than she expected, and began to
lovk around her, the moment she en-
tered, wondering what it could be that
her mother had promised to show her.
A man and his wife were sitting by the
scanty fire, and two children beside them.
In one corner of the room was 4 bed,
and in another what seemed to Lucy to
be a childâ€™s crib, covered with a cloth of
the purest white. â€œQh,â€ thought Lucy,
as she saw this, â€œthere must be a little
baby lying there. That is what mother
While Lucy sat silently listening, her
mother had been making kind inquiries
of the father of the children, respecting
his health; for he had been very sick.
She then added, â€œShall I see your baby â€
and the woman rose, and, going to the
crib, drew back the sheet which covered
THE BEAUTIFUL SIGHT. 57
it. Lueyâ€™s mother took the hand of her
little daughter and led her to the side of
There lay, indeed, a beautiful child,
about a year old. Its eyes were shut; its
dark hair parted on its white forehead ;
there was a pleasant expression about
its sweet little mouth, although its little
plump cheeks were very pale.
Lucy earnestly gazed on the object.
At first she thought it was fast asleep,
just washed and dressed, and laid on a
fresh, clean bed. One little hand lay by
its side, the other on its bosom. It
seemed as if it must very soon open its
eyes and raise its hands to be taken up,
as Lucy so much wished. But she soon
learned that its sleep was the still, calm
sleep of death ; and at this thought, the
tears trickled down her cheeks, and she
sould only stand silently by the crib,
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gazing on the beautiful little object be
fore her. At length she said :
â€œQh, mother, what a pity that such a
dear little baby should die!â€
Her mother replied, â€œIdo not think
so, my dear. Godâ€™s ways are better than
Â«J know it, mother; but it is such a
sweet little creature ; such a beautiful
â€œTt is indeed a beautiful child; but I
am far from feeling sorrow that it will
wake no more on earth.â€
â€œ Why, mother?â€ asked Lucy, in some
surprise ; while the two little brothers of
the departed child stood near, and also
looked up inquiringly.
Â«J will tell you, Lucy, and you too,
little boys,â€ said Lucyâ€™s mother. â€œ This
dear baby, who, in its last short sickness,
looked up with so pitiful a moan for the
THE BEAUTIFUL SIGHT. 59
relief which could not be granted, will
never be sick any more. It will never
be cold; it will never be hungry and
cry for food, as you, little boys were
doing on that cold morning when I first
saw you. It has gone to a beautiful and
happy home. God has shown his great
goodness in removing it so early to a
world of perfect holiness and happiness.â€
â€œ Mother, would it not be better for its
little brothers to be taken to heaven,
too?â€ asked Lucy, as she looked around
the poor apartment, with an expression
of pity in her countenance.
â€œNo, my dear; for if it were so, God
would have taken them. He doeth all
things well. They are old enouzh to
learn the way to heaven; to learn to
shun the evil that is in the world; to
remember God, and endeavour to please
him by being obedient to their parents
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and teachers, kind to each other, and
diligent at their tasks.â€
â€œJ hope you, Lucy,â€ continued her
mother, â€œas well as they, will not forget
to ask God to grant you his Holy Spirit,
to enable you to repent of your sins and
forsake them, to renew your hearts, and
fill them with love to him and with trust
in your Saviour, that you may be prepared
to follow this child into the world of
spirits. He has shown you by its death
that you are not too young to die, and
also that you are not too small to be be-
neath his notice, since he has sent a mes-
senger from heaven to take so young @
child out of this world to a blissful home
prepared for it above.â€
Lucy dwelt much on these words of
her mother when she returned home, and
many days after. She frequently asked
herself, â€œIf God were to send a messenger
THE BEAOTIFUL SIGHT. 61
to take me out of the world, to what
world should I be taken? to heaven or
to hell?â€ She had done and said many
wrong things; but probably not more
than most children, and she thought and
prayed much and asked Godâ€™s forgive-
ness, and, finally, he led her by his Spirit
to true repentance. She gave her affec-
tions to him, remembered him daily, and
became a mild, dutiful and happy child.
Dear children, think of Lucyâ€™s ques-
tion: â€œIf God were to send a messenger to
take me out of the world, to what world
.should Igo? to heaven or to hell?â€
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS.
You have sometimes, my dear chil-
dren, heard me speak of a little girl,
who was once under my instruction, and
who died a happy death, at the age of
twelve years. I have thought that some
more extended notice of her might be of
use to you, to show that the duties of
religion may be practised by the young,
that they may find great delight therein.
und make great progress in a short life.
Moreover, I trust it will aid you to dis-
cern the difference between @ renewed
and an unrenewed nature.
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 68
Her case affords one of the most
pleasing instances of early piety which
has ever fallen under my observation, and
I trust that this brief relation may prove
profitable as well as interesting to you.
Martha had often been seriously im-
pressed with the importance of religion ;
but these impressions frequently passed
away, like â€œthe early dew,â€ producing
no permanent effect on herconduct. But
from the age of ten years, @ marked
change was observable in her conduct.
The fruits of the Spirit became manifest
in her daily life, and there was frequently
seen an evident struggle between the
principles of grace and the original evil
of the heart, or the natural inclinations
and propensities of our fallen nature.
In nothing was this more perceptible
than in her efforts to subdue a temper natu
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Often when, on a slight provocation,
the flush of anger would redden her face,
has she been known to check the hasty
exclamation about to escape from her
lips. Sometimes, when less watchful
over herself, an angry exclamation has
subsequently caused her bitter sorrow,
and she would say, â€œThere! I have
sinned against God. Oh! when shall I
become meek and lowly?â€ But the
greater the efforts she made to subdue
this infirmity, and (as she herself ob-
served) the more earnestly she prayed
for divine help, the more successful did
she become, and at length she was ena-
bled, in return for a provoking word or
act, to give â€œ the soft answer that turneth
The change in her character was also
observable in her consideration of the
feelings of othersâ€”her willingness to have
THE OHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 65
her sisters or school-fellows preferred be-
fore herâ€”her readiness to yield her incli-
nations to her parentsâ€™ wishesâ€”her vo-
luntary relinquishment of some little
gratification in order to do something
for their comfort or for the happiness of
her brothers and sistersâ€”such as giving
up a ride or promised visit to some young
friend, in order to sit by them when
sick, to amuse or read to them, or to
help them if very busy. These disposi-
tions, usually so at variance with the
principles of our proud and selfish nature,
we must ascribe to the agency of Godâ€™s
grace, through the operations of his
blessed Spirit. In conversing with her
mother on these topics, she would often
exclaim with heartfelt earnestness, â€œOh,
mother, how I long for more of the
spirit of Christ.â€
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An essential alteration was also mani-
fest in her disregard of fine clothes or use-
less ornaments, of which she was once
considered particularly fond, and her
mother used to fear that vanity, in these
respects, would prove a snare to her.
Whereas, once she used to take great
pleasure in showing any thing new or
particularly beautiful that she had re-
ceived in the way of dress, she now viewed
with comparative indifference even ornar
mental or costly articles which had been
presented to her, as Christmas, New
Year's, or birth-day gifts. A sweet sim-
plicity and humility characterized her
whole deportment; and she seemed.
henceforth to take no thought for ex-
ternal appearance, except so far as neat-
ness and propriety were concerned. One
day, Martha and her little sister being
invited to a small party, they were
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 67
dressed very simply, according to their
motherâ€™s usual practice. Being nearly
ready, Martha went to her mother with
a necklace in her hand, (the gift of a
friend,) saying, â€œ Mother, do let sister
wear my necklace; she will look so
pretty. You know I do not care to
wear it now, and I think she is too little
to be vain.â€
The principle of love to God and her
fellow-creatures induced her to make sac-
rifices for the sake of others. 'To possess
a muff and tippet was once the object of
her highest ambition. One day, as she
accompanied her mother on a shopping
tour, they passed a fur store, in the win-
dow of which many beautiful articles in
that line were displayed. There was,
moreover, a small muff and tippet of
just the kind of fur which Martha most
admired. Her mother said to her, as
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they looked in, â€œOh, Martha, there is a
beautiful muff and tippet just large
enough for you. You are now of an
age to take proper care of them. I will
go in and purchase them, or some other
which may please you as well.â€
â€œQh, no, mother,â€ replied Martha, â€œI
do not want a muff now.â€
-Her mother was somewhat surprised,
though not so much as she would once
have been with such an answer, and she
said, â€œAre you in earnest, Martha?
You know it has been my intention to
get you one this fall.â€
â€œ Yes, mother,â€ replied Martha, as they
walked on; â€œbut with my mittens and
warm cloak, I scarcely need a muff, and
my woollen tippet is very good; butâ€”â€
and she hesitated.
â€œ But what, dear?â€ asked her mother.
â€œIf you please, I would like to take
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 69
that money which you would have spent
for a muff and tippet, to buy a cloak for
poor Mrs. Jones. When she came to
bring the work home, that bitter cold
day, she had only a thin, old shawl, and
as she sat by the fire looking so sick and
cold, Sally gave her some warm drink,
and little Helen asked her why she did
not wear a cloak this cold day. A tear
came into her eye; but she quickly
brushed it away, and said, â€˜1 have no
cloak, my little lady.â€™â€
â€œWell, Martha, suppose I get a cloak
for Mrs. Jones, and still buy your muff
â€œOh, no, mother,â€ quickly replied
â€œ Why, my dear ?â€
â€œQh, mother, I do not know,â€”yes, 1
do know; but I cannot tell exactly,â€”then
T should not be doing any thing for her.â€
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They had reached home, and Martha's
mother, wishing to test her earnestness,
had not told her decision, but began to
ascend the stairs to her own room, when
the little girl detained her, saying,
â€œOh, mother, do not disappoint me.
I have thought so much about it, that
even if you get poor Mrs. Jones a cloak,
she needs so many things, I cannot feel
happy not to do something for her.
Do let me do it, mother. Do not get a
muff for me; but let me get some other
comfort for her. It. is all I can do,
â€œBut why are you so earnest, dear
Martha?â€ asked her mother, desiring to
know more fully the motive which
â€œ Because, mother,â€ answered the little
girl, and a tear stood in her eye, â€œ Jesus
says, â€˜ Inasmuch as ye have done it to one
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. nn:
of the least of these, ye have done it unto
The happy mother embraced her be-
loved daughter, and promised to do as she
Thus we see that it was not mere
sympathetic feeling, but the high and
holy principle of love to Jesus, which
influenced this dear child, and which
became more and more manifest as she
drew near the close of her short life.
â€œ The fruits of the Spirit are love, joy,
peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness,
faith, meekness.â€ The first in this list is
love, and from this (the most attractive
of the Christian graces) all the others do
proceed. Love to God necessarily pro
duces a joy and peace of which earth
cannot conceive; and when this holy
affection is once deeply rooted in the
heart, it induces a strong desire to please
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God, and to endeavour to become like
â€˜Him who, when on earth, was meek and
lowly, long-suffering, patient, forgiving.
In the present instance, the love of God
is shed abroad in the heart of a child
naturally impatient and irritable, and
she becomes patient, gentle and meek.
This change in Martha was particularly
manifest in sickness. Previous to this,
the nurse once said of her, during an ill-
ness of several weeks, which had rendered
her more than usually petulant, â€œYou
are a cross and peevish child. I had
rather take care of all the other children
together, than you alone.â€ It required
many a struggle before she was enabled
to subdue this evil. Soon after she had
commenced a religious life, she was con-
fined by a painful though not dangerous
complaint, and one day her nurse being
absent, preparing some warm drink, was
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 18
detained longer than usual. As soon as
she returned to the room, Martha said,
in a very impatient tone, â€œWhat made
you stay solong? You know I wasalmost
choked.â€ The next morning, the nurse
was awakened by her sobs, and on in-
quiring the cause, Martha replied, â€œ Oh,
nurse, I have been awake almost all
night, thinking how impatient I have
beenâ€”I have grieved my Saviourâ€”I
longed to have you wake up, that I
might tell you how sorry I am.â€
Here we see another evidence of a
renewed heartâ€”Deep sorrow and contrition
on account of sin, and a ready confession
of the same.
During her last sickness, her sweet
patient spirit was remarked by all Yet
she, more than once, said to her mother,
â€œQh, mother, what shall I do? I have
ao many impatient feelings, it is as much
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as I can do to keep from speaking
Her mother replied, â€œ I am very thank-
ful, my dear, that you have been kept
from uttering them.â€
â€œ But is it not just as bad to have the
feelings in my heart?â€ asked Martha.
Her mother told her, that if when she
would have spoken impatiently, she was
conscious of checking the words about to
be uttered, and of an effort to subdue the
feeling, having first asked divine aid,
this would be pleasing in the sight of
She answered, â€œ That is just what I try
As I have already filled my paper, J
will defer the continuation of Martha's
history tc another time.
Your AFFECTIONATE TEACHER.
Tur most prominent traâ€˜t in Martha's
Christian character wasâ€”love to God and
her Saviour. This was the ruling motive
which governed her whole conduct. She
began to love him when in health and
surrounded by every earthly happiness.
She did not wait to come to him as the
last resort of her soulâ€”in the hour of
sickness or sorrow or pain; but she chose
him, in the happy, sunny season of child-
hood, and gave her heart to him in its
fresh, unblighted affection.
The flower thus offered in the bud
Was no vain sacrifice ;
for he permitted it to bloom while
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on earth, and transplanted it early
and unfaded into Paradise, to flourish
beneath the smile of God and the nur
ture of ministering angels.
A friend, who sawâ€™ her at home amid
her innocent enjoyments, once said to
her, â€œYou have every thing to make
you inamee, Martha. I suppose you would
not be very unhappy without religion.â€
Martha immediately and earnestly ex-
claimed, â€œOh, do notâ€”do not say 50â€”
What should I do without my dear Sa-
viour?â€™ and she could scarcely repress
Among her books was found, after her
decease, a copy of the beautiful hymn,
â€œThou lovely Source of pure delight,
Whom I, unseen, adore,
Unveil thy beauties to my sight,
That I may love thee more.â€
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 77
Under this hymn she had written these
words, â€œI cannot help saying over and
over in my heart, â€˜Dear Saviour !â€”only
Saviour !â€”precious Saviour ! But I can-
not talk about him as I would like.â€
She loved the worship of Godâ€”whether
public, social, or private. Many times,
when the weather was such as was judged
unsuitable for her to go out, she would
appear so grieved at the thought of being
kept from church and Sunday-school,
that her mother would consent to her
going, when otherwise she would have
required her to stay at home. The sea
sons of family worship she enjoyed much,
always listening attentively to the word
of God, and joining in the hymn with
her sweet voice. It is probable she alsc
joined in the prayer with all her heart;
for she never omitted the duty in private.
When, in her last sickness, she found
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herself too weak to walk down to family-
prayers, she requested to be carried down
and laid on the sofa, sometimes saying,
â€œYou do not know, dear mother, how
much I have enjoyed these seasons;
because I could not tell you.â€ During
this sickness, she requested to be left
alone a certain time each day, for medi-
tation and prayer; and once, after such
a silent season, she said to her mother,
â€œWhat a precious Saviour we have! I
think I understand the meaning of that
expression, â€˜The one altogether lovely.â€™â€
She loved the word of God. Not merely
was it her comfort in sickness; but the
reading and study of it was her delight
in health. She once said, in reference
to her former thoughtless state, â€œIt does
not seem like the same book to me.
Once I reed it, because it was my duty;
but new I love it.â€ At another time she
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said, â€œMother, I feel the words of Christ
in my heart, just as I do yours when you
are comforting me.â€ Thus, without know-
ing it, she bore witness to the truth of
that passage, â€œAs one whom his mother
comforteth, so will I comfort you.â€
She loved the society of Christians, and
often longed for a companion of her own
age, to whom she could speak of the
things dearest to her heart. It seemed
to grieve and surprise her, that other
children did not enter into her feelings,
when she spoke of Christ's love, and of
the happiness of religion. â€œ Oh, mother,
they do not undersfand me,â€ she once
said,â€”â€œthey surely do not understand
me, or they would love him too.â€ She
would sit and listen silently to the con-
versation of older Christians, and her re-
marks, made subsequently to her mother,
showed not only that she understood their
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conversation, but that she reflected upon
She loved the cause of Clurist. Her
thoughts and sympathies were early en-
gaged in endeavouring to do something
for the heathen. Before her conversion,
she loved to save her little earnings for
this purpose; but during the last two
years of her life, the great principle of
love to God, as her ruling motive, became
manifest in this as in other duties. For-
merly, she never denied herself for this
cause; now, she asked to go without
butter or other luxuries, that she might
thereby save something, which could be
put into her missionary box. She dili-
gently improved her time, in making
little mats of worsted work and other
small articles, which she sold among
friends, telling them her objectâ€”which
was, to give the money to the heathen.
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 81
Her earnest and affectionate, yet respect-
ful manner, attracted the interest of those
addressed, and she was usually successful
in her efforts. The following words used
to affect her much:
â€˜Shall we whose souls are lighted
By wisdom from on high, :
Shall we to men benighted
The lamp of life deny ?â€
This precious lamp of lifeâ€”the word
of Godâ€”which she was so desirous to
extend to others, was'a means of great
consolation to her in her last sickness.
So long as she had strength, she read it
daily and always wished it to be within
reach, so as to be able to take a look into
it occasionally. Once, when she was 80
low as to be unable even to hear it read,
having lain nearly all day without speak-
ing, her mother, who sat by her. side,
heard a faint murmur, and listening
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attentively, distinguished the wordsâ€”
â€œ Sweetâ€”sweetâ€”sweet |â€
â€œWhat is so sweet, my dear?â€ asked
â€œ Angelâ€™sâ€”whispersâ€â€”was the falter-
ing reply. Then perceiving, from a re-
mark of her mother, that she understood
her to signify a consciousness of the
presence of heavenly visitants, she im-
mediately said, â€œ Noâ€”noâ€â€™â€”and with a
great effort addedâ€”* Hymnsâ€”scriptures
Thus the dear child, with the imperfect
accents of failing nature, was able to de-
clare what was so â€œsweetâ€ to her mind
in that long silence, when unable to con
verse or to reply to conversation. When
she could no longer read, the hymns and
scripture which she had committed to
memory became a source of such great
delight as to cause her to exclaim, though
THE CHILD WHO LOVED JESUS. 83
hardly able to articulate,â€”â€œSweetâ€”
sweetâ€”-sweet,â€â€”and to compare their
soothing, comforting influence to the
whispers of angels. Whether she had
ever heard or read of this comparison, or
whether it was her own idea, is not
Dear children, store your minds with
heavenly truths, and they will become a
comfort to you in the season of sickness
My peAR CuILpREN,â€”I am happy to
learn that you are all in the habit of
daily, secret prayer. I would delight to
aid you in this important duty, and, per-
haps, I may be enabled, by the help of
Godâ€™s Spirit, to say a few words, which
shall be the means of encouraging and
helping you. I will endeavour to give
you some simple directions, and that they
may be more easily remembered, they
shall be few and short.
Always read a passage of God's word
before prayer ; for it is through this that
we gain a knowledge of God and of our
duty, and as we are reminded of our
duty, we can pray for grace to perform
it. Also, much of the language of Scrip-
ture is in the form of prayer, and by
using it we learn to pray.
Always ask the aid of Gods Spirit ; for
no prayer is acceptable without his aid.
â€œ We know not what we should pray for
as we ought; but the Spirit itself maketh
intercession for us.â€
Be particular in prayer; whether in
thanksgiving, confession of sin, or re-
quests for favours. Do not think any
thing which interests you too small
for the notice of God. Remember the
wordsâ€”â€œ The hairs of your head are all
numbered.â€ Your heavenly Father ex-
pects you to go to him as children, with
your pecuhar wants, trials and tempta-
tionsâ€”not as grown persons. He knows
the mind of a child; for he has formed
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that mind, and takes an interest in your
juties, your wants, your enjoyments, and
even in your sports.
That you may understand me better,
I will suppose the case of a little girl,
piously educated, who has begun to feel
an interest in religious duties. She goes
to her room, at some convenient hour in
the evening or near the close of the day,
to reflect on the mercies she has received
and on her own conduct. She says to
herself, â€œI have had a pleasant day. It
is God who has given it. I should thank
him, not only for food and clothes and
friends, but for all my innocent re-
creations. How delightful to think God
watches over us while at our play, and
that we may please him then, as well
as at other times, by being kind and
obliging to each other. I am sorry now
that I did aot give up to Lizzie Gray
when she wanted to swing: for though
it was my turn, she had just come in,
while I had swung a great many times.
Here was a good opportunity to conquer
self. I am very apt to be disobliging.
I must ask God to help me to be more
kind and considerate of others. I spoke
impatiently to Anna, too, when she asked
me to fix her work. I said, â€˜Do go
away. You always come when I am
busy.â€™ I might have told her gently, to
wait a moment; for, although I was
busy, I could have helped her without
much hindrance. She is a good-tem-
pered little girl, and this makes it much
worse in me to speak cross. I am sure I
never shall become mild and gentle un-
less I am more watchful.â€
I will suppose now that she kneels
down, and after thanking God for his
kind care and many mercies, she con-
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fesses minutely her sins in her own
words, and without endeavouring to use
the language of mature years.
It is not my design to give you a per-
fect example of self-searching previous to
prayer, but such as a child ten or twelve
years old may be capable of. My object is
to show you that, in order to be interested
in prayer, you must feel that you have
something to say to God. You must not
be content with mere general expres-
sions, such as that â€œyou are a great sin-
ner,â€ &.; but must tell him of your par-
ticular transgressions. Or if you wish to
thank him for his goodness and love, as
you always should do, you must endea-
vour to think of the various blessings
you have received during the day or
night. Therefore, it is necessary for you
to spend a short time in reflection before
engaging in prayer.
The question has often been asked me
by children, â€œ Why does not God always
answer us when we pray, when he has pro-
mised to give us whatever we ask?â€ In
reply to this, I answerâ€”
God does not grant requests made in an
improper manner. To make this better
understood, I will suppose a case. A
little girl has a wise and kind father,
who has promised to grant any reasona-
ble request. She goes to him one day
and says: â€œ Father, I want that writing-
case. 1 am old enough to use it now.
You see how I have improved in writing.
Besides, you promised to give it to me
some time. I have asked a great many
times before, and this time you must not
It can hardly be supposed that a father
would grant a request made in such a
manner ; yet it is ino feared that some
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grown persons, as well as children, go to
God in this way. They ask for a good
thing, viz.: religion, or the gift of his
Holy Spirit. Perhaps they have asked
a great many times before, and though
their words may be respectful, the secret
feeling of their heart is, though they
would not dare to speak itâ€”â€œI should
think God would hear me now. How
hard I have tried to become a Christian !
How many times I have asked God for
his Holy Spirit!â€ They feel as if God
were under some obligation to hear them,
and, as they are unhumbled and unsub-
missive, their prayers are unanswered.
God does not grant requests when he sees
that the desired object will injure ws. A
father, though kind and indulgent, would
not give his child unripe fruit, or poison-
ous berries, however much the child
might desire them. If the child J 80
young as not to know they will injure
him, it is not wrong for him to ask; but
if, after being denied, he frets or is sullen
or passionate, then he commits sin. In
like manner, if you ask a favour of God
and do not receive it, and you feel impa-
tient or discontented, you murmur against
God. You are unsubmissive.
Remember, God has a right to deny
your requests, and hence you should
always ask with submission. He alone
knows what is best. He often has spe-
cial reasons for denying the petitions
even of his children, which it is impos
sible for us to know, or even to under-
stand if we did know. A child prays
for the life of a sick mother, day after
day, with great earnestness and sincerity,
and, we will suppose, with submission ;
but God does not see fit to grant the
petition. The mother dies. If the child
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has experienced the renewing grace of
God she will feel, not only that it is
right, but a sweet peace will fill her
mind, at the thought that God has done
it, and that he does all things well. It is
a relief to go to Him who â€œdoth not
afflict willingly,â€ and tell him all our
wants and all our trials. It is a relief
to go to him in time of danger or trou-
ble; for although we may not be certain
that he will see fit to deliver us from the
same, or to grant the favour we ask, the
feeling that this wise and good Being
will do just what is right, has power to
give great peace of mind, and to save
from undue anxiety or apprehension.
That you may understand more and
more of this filial confidence in God, as
you increase in years, is the prayer of
Your AFFECTIONATE TEACHER.
Che Dying Chillâ€™s Communing.
Tue day was drawing to a close. A
few of the last rays of the setting sun
found their way through the partially
closed window-shutters of a sick room,
where a little child lay, waiting to be
taken to a better world.
It was a still and peaceful hour, and
brought with it relief to the worn and
weary little sufferer, who had passed a
day of restlessness and pain.
She now lies quietly upon her little
cot. Her sweet face is pale; but serene
and calm, and expressive of inward peace.
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Her thin hands lie meekly folded on her
bosom. Her eyes are shut; but she is
Her mother has just entered, unknown
to her, and without being observed, stands
gazing for a few moments on her beloved
daughter, so beautiful in her patient suf-
fering. Soon a feeble voice breaks the
sacred stillness of the darkened apart-
ment. The mother listens. The child
speaks. Her words are theseâ€”repeated
slowly and solemnly, and addressed to
â€œMary Wâ€”â€”, Mary Wâ€”â€”, lovest
A deep silence ensues. Again the
childâ€™s voice is heard with additional
pathosâ€”applying to herself the question
once addressed by our Lord to his disci-
, lovest thou me ?â€
THE DYING CHILD'S COMMUNING. 95
Again all is quiet, still and solemn,
while the infant disciple communes in
secret with her own soul; and then, once
more, the little speaker inquires with
greater energy than beforeâ€”
A long pause ensues, and presently
, lovest thou me more
the voice again is heard, in tremulous,
â€œLord, thou knowest all things. Pre-
cious Redeemer !â€”Precious Redeemer !â€”
thou knowest that I love thee.â€
A peculiarly touching emphasis marked
the word â€œknowest,â€ and bespoke at once
the sincerity and the depth of that love,
thus solemnly professed by the dear,
â€œYes,â€ she continued, â€œeven more
than these, though so dear.â€
In this she alluded to her widowed
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mother and little sister, whom she ten-
The mother had seated herself behind
& screen; for she would not interrupt
the sacred communion of a soul with
God; yet she could not refrain from cast-
ing an earnest, anxious gaze occasionally
at that dear faceâ€”so soon to be borne
from her sight and hidden in the grave.
She now looks once more. The eyes
of the child are turned upward. Her
face glows with an almost heavenly love.
Her hands are clasped and slightly raised.
She is at prayer. No sound is heard;
for it is an unuttered petition which
the young child of heaven is now breath-
ing into the listening ear of everlasting
It is an interesting sight. A youthful
spirit communing with the Creator of the
universeâ€”an heir of glory close to the
THE DYING CHILD'S COMMUNING. 9T
gates of heaven, and catching some of its
bright visions of peace, and love and joy
â€”a child of sin, and sorrow and suffer-
ing, on the threshold of that blest abode,
where no sin, nor sorrow, nor death, can
ever enter. Jesus is waiting to receive
this lamb to his bosom. Ministering
angels are conveying her over the dark
In a few moments the mother took her
station beside her child, who gazed ear-
nestly and fondly at her, and raised her
frail arms to embrace her, but seemed
unable or uninclined to speak, andâ„¢the
mother tenderly asked,
â€œCan you not speak to me, my dear
â€œQh, yes, dear mother; but I want to
be with Jesusâ€â€”and the tear glistened in
â€œ Dear child!â€ thought the latter, â€œthou
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hast a nearer and a dearer friend, and
earthly ties are fast dissolving.â€
â€œ Heaven is so peaceful, so holy,â€ con-
tinued the child, emphatically, â€œI long
to be thereâ€”I am so sinfulâ€”so unholyâ€”
I long to be with Jesus, that he may
clothe me with Ais righteousness.
Her manner was so subdued, yet so
earnest, and there was such an intensity
of desire expressed in her heavenward
lookâ€”so filial; so confiding; yet so un-
utterably longingâ€”that it seemed, for a
while, as if the gentle spirit must break
therfrail tie which still confined it toa
world of sense.
The yearning mother stood silently
by, beholding, with inward anguish, the
sure approach of death. At length she
â€œMy dear little girl, you have but a
little while to stay here.â€
THE DYING OHILDâ€™s COMMUNING. 99
â€œI know it, dear mother. I will
quietly wait for him. I have been
hoping it might please God to take me
to himself before another day; but 1 do
not ask it.â€
Then pausing a few moments through
weariness, she afterwards added,
â€œMy only sorrow is to leave you sor-
rowing. But I have told God of it. He
will be your comforter, my dear, dear
The motherâ€™s thoughts were too deep
for utterance; but she drew her precious
child still closer to her bosom: for she
had partially raised her from the cot on
which she reclined and supported her in
The child spoke with difficulty; yet
she exerted herself to say,
â€œOh, mother, it will be so sweet to be
a holy child; think of tis in your sor
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row. But can you give me up s0 soon,
if that be his holy will?â€ and she fixed
on her a look full of tender love and
â€œYes, my beloved child,â€ returned Mrs.
W. , with calm submission, â€œI cannot
. wish to detain you from your heavenly
home, and from your best beloved friend ;
for I perceive that it is indeed his will
to grant your last submissive wish.â€
It was even so. The wish, so meekly
expressed, was granted; for ere the
morning sun rose on the dewy earth, the .
. spirit of the dear child was with her re-
Dear children, I have told you an in-
cident of actual occurrence. Permit me
to ask you, could you be thus happy
were you called to die?
THE DYING OHILDâ€™S COMMUNING. 101
What answer could you return the
blessed Jesus, were he to inquire of each
one of you, â€œ Lovest thou me?â€
Suppose you were sick and suffering,
would it be your greatest anxiety to be
relieved from bodily distress, or to be
made pure and holy?
The little girl here spoken of, had ever
been an uncommonly kind, affectionate
and obedient child; yet she was early
led to feel that she was a sinner, unde-
serving of any favour from God; and
her most earnest.desire wasâ€”not to es-
cape present sufferingâ€”but to be clothed
with the righteousness of Christ, in whom |
alone she dared to appear before him.
She did not defer repentance to a dying
hour, and consequently she could say with
confidence, though not with presumption,
â€œLord, thou knowest all things, thou
knowest that I leve thee.â€
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Remember, dear children, unless you
do and feel thus, you cannot die happy;
nor can you be received into heaven;
but must be cast out from the presence
of God and of that blessed Redeemer, who
died for you and who now stands, as it
were, with extended arms, saying, â€œCome,
ye children, hearken unto me. I will
teach you the fear of the Lord.â€
My pear Purits,â€”lIt is the sweet day
of sacred rest, and the hour on which
you are wont to assemble for instruction,
and I cannot refrain from addressing you
once more before my return to the city.
I have, this morning, imagined you all
before me; and although I cannot behold
your pleasant; Countenances, or listen to
your interesting-inquiries, yet I feel a
if I had a word to say to each one.
The Shepherd of Israel has placed you
under my care, with this sacred injunc-
tion â€”â€œ Feed my lambs,â€ and I hope soon
to resume my charge. As I sit before
you, each Subbath, no doubt he often
looks down to see if I am faithful to my
trust; and if you, my dear pupils, are
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diligently seeking to obey the words
which he speaks to you through me.
How many times has he called to you,
â€œFollow me!â€ Every time a teacher or
kind friend has urged you to give your
hearts to him, it has been a voice from
him, saying, â€œFollow me.â€ Every time
there has been in your hearts a secret
desire to become a Christian, that was his
voice, saying, â€œ Follow me.â€ Oh, have you
not many times refused to listen to this
kind voice? Have you,not often said by
actions, if not in words, â€œGo thy way for
this time ?â€
The church and the Sunday-school
are folds where he has placed under-
shepherds, to guide and feed his flock,
to show them the way to follow the
Great Shepherd; but it is not every one
that chooses to obey. Some do not seem
to listen at all; some are inattentive ;
CLOSING LETTER. 105
some are thoughtless; some are disposed
to talk or play. These are like sheep on
the outskirts of the fold, whom the enemy
could easily carry off, and they would
deserve to perish, since they slighted the
dear Shepherd who laid down his life for
Oh, my dear children, do not be among
such; for if you continue so long, you
will surely perish. You have ever been
attentive to my instructions, and orderly
in your deportment. Will you not, from
this time, begin to serve God? Let me ask
you, each one separately, and do you an-
swer solemnly, in your hearts before God.
Harriet, you are the eldest. Will you
not set a good example to the others,
and begin immediately, without delay,
to turn your thoughts to religious things,
and seek the salvation of your soul? I
give you this text to think apon: â€œJ love
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them that love me, and they that seek me
eariy shall find me.â€
Frances, the Holy Spirit has sought to
lead you to repentance. Oh, do not resist
him any longer; for God has saidâ€”â€œMy
Spirit shall not always strive with man,â€
It is very dangerous to continue to resist.
Anna, you have lost your earthly fa-
ther. Listen to what God says to youâ€”
â€œWilt thou not, from this time, say unto
me, My Father, thou art the Guide of my
youth ?â€? How tender the inquiry! How
condescending is the great God, to make
such a request!
| Elizabeth, you have been often sick,
and thus God has spoken to you, by re-
minding you of the uncertainty of life.
Oh, listen to his voice, saying, â€œ Prepare
to meet thy God.â€
Cornelia, you expect to reside in an-
other city during the winter. Let me
CLOSING LETTER. Â° 107
give you this sweet text to think upon
and to obey, â€œ Remember now thy Creator
in the days of thy youth.â€
Mary, I would remind you of one of
your name, who once â€œsat at Jesusâ€™ feet,
and heard his word.â€ You can do the
same in your quiet room. Go alone, and
read and pray. He will see you, though
you do not see him; and if you sincerely
repent of your sins, he will hear you and
love you. May it be said of you, â€œMary
hath chosen the good part which shall not
be taken away from her.â€
Emma, you are the youngest. Oh,
give your heart to Jesus, the Good Shep-
herd; for it is said of him, that â€œHe will
gather the lambs in his arms, and carry
them in his bosom.â€ By this is meant,
that he has a special watch and care oven
the youngest of his flock, and treats them
with peculiar tenderness.
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I have now your names all before me.
I have also a book by my side in which
they are all written in full, with your
ages, &.; and as often as I behold them,
T otfer this, my sincere prayer, that when
â€œthat other book is opened, which is the
book of life,â€ they may all be found writ-
ten therein. Oh, how much it would
pain me to think that one of these names
should be missing in â€œthe Lamb's book
of life,â€ or that one of the dear children
to whom it belongs should be missing
among those â€œwho walk before him in
With the prayer that I may behold
you all among the multitude of the re
deemed, not one being absent, I remain,
YouR AFFECTIONATE TEACHER.
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