Zion's Pilgrim (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 19.07.2015. - 208 страница
Excerpt from Zion's Pilgrim
IT was not until that I had passed a very con siderable portion of time in the life of man, that I felt the full conviction' of my being but a stranger and a pilgrim upon the earth. And' it becomes even now, one of the most astonish ing circumstances, in the new view of things which are continually Opening before me, that there should have been so much iglnorance in my mind by nature, on a subject whic in itself, ap pears so exceedingly plain and evident. Not that I was altogether void of apprehension, that the present life formed a bounded prospect. But yet my ideas were like those of the great mass of unawakened characters, who believe as though they believed not; and who, though ready enough to confess in the general, that man is but a dying creature, yet in the particular instance, as it concerns themselves, live as though they never thought to die.
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