By Milton C. Sernett
initially released in 1985, this improved moment version contains new assets on ladies, African missions, and the nice Migration. Milton C. Sernett presents a basic creation in addition to old context and remark for every document.
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I teach 'em the Creed, the Lords Prayer, and the Commandments; I explain some portion of the Catechism, I give them an entire Liberty to ask questions, I endeavour to proportion my answers and all my Instructions to their want and Capacity: I must acknowledge that the hand of God dos visibly appear on this particular occasion. I had often attempted and proposed a time, a Method and means easy, as I thought, for the Instruction of those poor Souls, but all in vain, till this last was put in my mind by special mercy, the Most Pious among their Masters stay also and hear; others not so zealous wou'd find fault, if possible, their Murmerings sometimes reach my Ears, but I am not discouraged: The Caution I have taken & which the Society is pleased to approve of, vizt.
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