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Immortality, and Our Employments Hereafter; With What a Hundred Spirits, Good and Evil, Say of Their Dwelling Places
by:James Martin Peebles
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. 1880. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER X. OUR LITTLE ONES IN HEAVEN. "' Do they want me up in heaven? Can you tell me, mamma dear, What those strange and solemn voices mean that...
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. 1880. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER X. OUR LITTLE ONES IN HEAVEN. "' Do they want me up in heaven? Can you tell me, mamma dear, What those strange and solemn voices mean that in the night I hear, Softly saying, "Come, dear children; for of such our kingdoms are "? Do you think they want me yonder? Is it very, very far? Oh, I hear such heavenly music; and there's something all in white Comes and stands beside my little bed, and makes the room so light That I look at you and papa, and at brother Gcorgie, too; Wondering you can sleep. But maybe it's for me, and not for you. And they clasp their arms about me, and I do not think of pain, For I close my eyes and listen till the music comes again. They are calling me so tenderly, I know I can not stay Only just a little longer, till the coming of the day. Mamma, kiss me! Papa, hold me! Clasp my hands so close and strong That I may not lose your presence in the glory of the throng Who have come to take me from you, and will wait for you again, When dear Jesus says, " Come higher! Joy receive for grief and pain." There is something I must tell you ere I go, if you can hear: I shall tell them how I loved you; they can never be more dear; And perhaps they'll let me see you, when you think I'm far away, And will let me guard and guide your steps from evil day by day. When you pray, I may be listening, and my heart will thrill with joy. If you fail and sin--God help us!--it will crush your darling boy. I shall draw you to me softly, as the angels take me now.' So the little voice is silenced, and the stricken mourners how." The Independent. "Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven." Jesus. There is nothing purer, sweeter to look upon than a smiling infant. The poet tenderly sung: "The a...
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