Parables

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Hooker and Agnew, 1841 - 318 sayfa
 

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The Cornfield
21
The Crocodile
23
The First and Last Smile
25
The Cat
28
The Defence
30
The ElderStick
31
The Bitter Floweret
32
Samuel and Eli or The First Blush
33
The Blind Man
34
The Rose
35
Friendship ib 20 Death and Sleep
37
The RoseBud
39
The Storks Nest
41
The Acorn
42
The Peaches
46
The Bed of Pinks
47
The Bees and the Butterfly
49
The Shepherd of Tekoah
50
The Nightingale
52
Polycarp The Kingdom of Truth
55
The Imitators
56
Æsop
57
The Apple
60
The Diamond
61
The TulipTree
62
Hanna and Sulamit
64
The Light of Home
66
Lazarus
68
David and Saul
69
The Morning Dream
70
The Cuckoo
71
The Favourite Flowers
73
The RobinRedbreast
77
Diogenes
79
The Two Tubs
81
The Apiary
82
The GoldPiece
85
The Flower Garden
86
The CanaryBird
90
The Death of Abraham
91
The Spider
92
Solomon
94
Duschmanta
95
The Two Ways Page
97
The Little Benefactor
99
John and Peter
100
The Shepherd of the People
101
Solomon and Nathan
103
Man and Woman
105
Asaph
107
Eliab
108
The SheepShearing
111
Patmos
113
Butterfly
114
Prayer
115
The Fountain of Health or the History of Baruch
117
Alcibiades and Socrates
123
Adam and the Cherub of Paradise
126
The Painter and his Master
127
The Seven Children
128
Repentance
129
Saul and Jonathan
131
The Death of Eglon
132
The Little Tree
136
The Graces of Socrates
137
The Temple at Memphis
140
Zaccheus
141
The Barren Tree
142
Cains Complaint
144
The Rose and the Lily
147
Nathan and Solomon
149
The Miracle
150
The Prophet and the King
153
Cephas
159
Thamyris
160
The Wild Beast Fight
163
The Cedars of Lebanon
165
The Nightingale in a Cage
192
The Forgetmenot
193
The Creation of the Caterpillar
196
The Vale of the Bramins
201
Ossian
208
Instruction
209
The Pilgrims
211
The Violet
213
The First Sabbath
215
The Little Tree
216
Life and Death
218
The Way
220
The Ethiopian Slave and the Greek or the Twofold instruction
221
The School
223
The Rough Diamond
224
The Beautiful
226
The Invisible Prince
228
Paul and Luke
230
The Idiotic Child
231
Man and the Sun
232
Night and Morning
233
Nehemias and Elimah or the Living God
235
The Parsee the Jew and the Christian
237
The BirthDay Present
239
The Angry Father
240
The Lily or the Teaching of the Lord
242
The Magnetic Needle
243
The SeedCorn
244
The Shepherds Maid of Bethlehem or Heavenly Truth
247
Winfried or the Teachers Office
248
The Farmer and His Son
250
The Sin
251
The Hero
255
Hazael
256
The NightShade Berries
258
The Travellers to the Mountain
259
The Pilot
260
The WoodGathering
262
Jonathan or the Excellent Young Man
264
The Oracle
266
SelfExamination
268
The Cowherd
269
Lebanon
270
The Astronomer and his Son
272
Davids Harp
273
Asaph and Heman
274
Attalus and Meno or the Regenerated Man
275
Selka
278
The Husbandry of God
280
Job
281
Patience
282
149 Hagar
283
Uris Fidelity
284
The Dream
285
Adam and the Cherub
287
Hillel and Maimon or the Tempting God
288
The Old Man and the Youth
290
The Corn and the Thistle
291
Old Age
292
The Teaching of Nature
293
The Sabbath
295
The Word in the Heart
297
The Guide
298
The Sacred Paintings
300
Polycarp and his Enemies
301
The Blossom
302
The Altar of Incense
303
The Representative
304
The New Creation
305
The Poors Box
306
The SeedCorn
307
The Leprosy
309
The Course of Sin
310
The Atonement
312
Tobias or the Art of Dying
314
The Assurance
316
Tears
317

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Sayfa 100 - This he said, not that he cared for the poor; but because he was a thief, and had the bag, and bare what was put therein.
Sayfa 238 - Lord- who is, who was, and who will be," answered the Jew. "Your appellation is grand and sublime," said the Parsee, "but it is awful too." A Christian then drew nigh and said, "We call him Father." The Pagan and the Jew looked at each other and said, "Here is at once an image and a reality, it is a word of the heart.
Sayfa 283 - What aileth thee, Hagar ? fear not ; for God hath heard the voice of the lad where he is. Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him in thine hand ; for I will make him a great nation. And God opened her eyes, and she saw a well of water ; and she went, and filled the bottle with water, and gave the lad drink.
Sayfa 101 - Lord will not see as man seeth ; for man looketh upon the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh upon the heart.
Sayfa 238 - A Christian then stepped up and said, We call him OUR FATHER. The Gentile and the Jew looked on each other with amazement, and said, That is the nearest and the highest. But who gives you the courage thus to address the Eternal ? Who else, said the Christian, but He, the Father himself?
Sayfa 38 - O, my brother, replied the angel of sleep, will not the good, in the resurrection, also recognise in thee a friend and benefactor, and gratefully bless thee? Are we not brethren, and ministers of one father?
Sayfa 237 - We know it," replied the priest: "but the uncultivated man requires a sensible sign, in order to form a conception of the Most High. And is not...
Sayfa 289 - ... tempting the Lord ? Is prayer less than work, and are spiritual blessings inferior to the fruit of the field ? And He, who tells you to stoop your head to the earth for the sake of earthly fruit, is he not the same as He who tells you to lift your head towards heaven, to receive his heavenly...
Sayfa 293 - AMONG the disciples of Hillel, the wise teacher of the sons of Israel,, was one named Saboth, to whom every work was a great trouble,, and who gave himself up to idleness and sloth.
Sayfa 68 - He now travelled on with cheerfulness, and before him in the distance the light of home glimmered between the trees with silent, modest gleam; — to him doubly delightful, as he had reached it through dangers and wanderings. He knocked, the door was opened, and father, mother, brothers, and sisters hung upon his neck and kissed him, and wept for joy.

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