This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: ...tailor work before I came West, but found that I could not compete with those already established, even to the extent of running a repair shop; other ways, however, were found for me in which to earn a living for myself and son, and I now look back gratefully upon all the proofs of Christian charity that I received when I was here, an utter strangei, and felt that I had not a friend in the world, only as a kind Providence raised one up for me in time of need. All these deeds of kindness I received as coming from the hands of the Lord. After staying at the American Exchange for awhile I took a room in the Morton House, then kept by Mr. Graham, where my son and I remained until spring, being very well treated by both the proprietor and his wife. My son still continued to be in ill health, and we were advised to go to Oakland for his benefit, as it seemed impossible for him to recover from his persistent chills and fever here. When the time came for me to make the change I had no money to pay our bills at the hotel, and the generous people of the city paid everything that we owed, and supplied our every need, seeing that we lacked nothing. Such kindnesses are indeed ever precious memories. My Sanctification. Soon after my arrival in San Francisco an angel messenger sent of God came to speak to me, and this messenger was a power in the hand of the Lord in leading me to seek and accept Christ as my sanctifier and complete Saviour. It was twenty-five years between my experiences of justification and sanctification, and I believe that the Lord sent me to California to complete the work of grace in me. It is customary with some scoffers 10 call San Francisco a qGodless city, q and such an one said to me once, when I made this assertion: qWell, you cam...This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed.
|Title||:||Lifetime Recollections; An Interesting Narrative of Life in the Southern States Before and During the Civil War, with Incidents of the Bombardment of Atlanta by the Union Forces, the Author Being Then a Resident of That City|
|Author||:||Emily E Molineaux|
|Publisher||:||Rarebooksclub.com - 2012-05-15|