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India's Women - The Magazine Of The Church Of England Zenana Missionary Society 1883
by Various
Binding: Paperback, 352 pages
Publisher: Patterson Press
Weight: 1 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 8.5 x W: 0.48 inches
ISBN 10: 1408623277
ISBN 13: 9781408623275
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I883 INDIA'S WOMEN VOL. 111. JANUARY FEBRUARY child, it is not necessary to know much to please Me it is sufficient to love much. Speak to Me as thou wouldst to a mother, if she drew thee near to her. Are there any for whom thou wouldst pray to Me Repeat to Me the names of thy relations, thy friends after each name add what thou wouldst have Me do for them. Ask much, ask much. I love generous souls, who forget themselves for others. Tell Me of the poor whom thou wouldst relieve, the sick whom thou hast seen suffer, the sinners thou wouldst have converted, those who are alienated from thee whose affection thou wouldst regain. For all say a fervent prayer. Remember that I have promised to hear all prayer from the heart and is not that a prayer from the heart which is offered for those we love and who love us Are there graces thou wouldst ask for thyself Write, if thou wilt, a long list of all thou desirest, of all the needs of thy soul, and come and read it to Aie. VOL, 111. A Tell Rfe simply how proud thou art, how sensitive, egotistical, mean, and indolent and ask Me to come and help thee in all the efforts thou lnakest against it. Poor child, do not blush there are in heaven many saints who had thy faults they prayed to hie, and little by little their faults were corrected. Do not hesitate to ask Me for blessings for the body a d mind, for health, memory, success. I can give all things, and I always give when blessings are needed to render souls more holy. To day, what wilt thou have, My child If thou kne vest how I long to do thee good Hast thou plans that occupy thee Lay them all before Me. Do they concern thy vocation What dost thou desire Dost thou wish to give pleasure to thy mother, to thy family, to those on whom thou dost depend What wouldst thou do for them And for hle hast thou no zealous thought for Ale Dost thou not wish to do a little good to the souls of thy friends whom thou lovest, and who have perhaps forgotten Me Tell hle in whom thou art interested, what motives move thee, what means thou wouldst employ. Whom dost thou wish interested in thy work I am blaster of hearts, My child, and leadthem where I will. I mill bring round thee all who will be necessary to thee. Be tranquil. Bring Me all thy failures, and I will show thee the cause of them. Hast thou not troubles Oh, my child, tell them all to hle fully. TVho has caused thee pain Tell Me all, and thou wilt finish by adding that thou wilt pardon, thou wilt forget and I will bless thee. Dost thou dread something painful Is there in thy heart a vain fear which is not reasonable, but which is tormenting Trust thyself wholly to My care. I am here. I see everything. I will not leave thee. Are there those near thee who seem less kind to thee than they have been, and whose indifference and neglect separate thee from them, while thou canst see nothing in which thou hast wounded them Pray earnestly to Me for them, and I will bring them back to thee, if they are needed for thy lifes sanctification. Hast thou not joys to make known to Me Why dost thou not let Me share thy happiness Tell Me what has happened since yesterday to cheer and console thee. Was it an unexpected visit which did thee good a fear suddenly dissipated a success thou thoughtest thou shouldst not reach a mark of affection, a letter, a gift, which thou hast received a trial which left thee stronger than thou supposed I have prepared it all for thee. Thou canst show thy gratitude and give Me thanks. Hast thou promises to make to Me I can read the depths of thy heart. Thou knowest thou canst deceive men, but not God. Be then sincere...


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