The Saints' Hope and The Sinners' Refuge 1845 Verses for Tombstones
The Saints' Hope and The Sinners' Refuge; or Dialogues Between Two Sisters, bound for the Heavenly Canaan ... Added to which will be found Sacred Poems ... Also, Verses for Tombstones. 36 pages. J. Darby, Publisher. Thos. Besley, Printer. Exeter. 1845. 8-7/8 inches. Dark blue wraps torn with paper loss, somewhat ragged. The lower title page is soiled. Page edges a little rough, some folded. The last page is torn but there is no loss of text. Contains: 8 Dialogues; 20 Poems; 12 Verses for Tomb Stones. - - - [Poem 19. Sung by two Christian Slaves, a man and his wife, during a Hurricane.] In each of the dialogues a statement of Christian belief is presented and then discussed “Martha to Mary” Or “Mary to Martha.” Female Studies; Sisterhood; Creation; Mount Calvary; Salvation; Family Prayer; Sinful man; Grace; Jesus; Eternity; God’s wrath; Jews; Gentiles; Sinners; Divine Forgiveness; Righteousness; day of judgment; All men alike guilty before God; The conversation between the sisters ends with a prayer to the God of Grace for the gift of His Holy Spirit through Jesus Christ our Lord.