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Pages: 178

Language: English

Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)

By: Mary G. Ware (Author)

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Whoever contemplates life without thoughtful faith must feel convinced that God and man look upon it from a totally different point of view, and value it in an entirely different way. To most persons, life, as a mere present enjoyment, is of priceless worth, loved for its own value with a blind passion, in spite of poverty, sickness, misfortune, or bereavement. 'All that a man hath will he give for his life:' and, to many, the saddest thing in life is the conviction, that it cannot in this world, with all its sorrows and its vicissitudes, continue for ever.

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