Danger of Neglecting it, 238 Assurance Attainable, 239 Witness of the Spirit, 239
1. To discover Sin, 241 Questions for Saturday Evening, 243 " for Sabbath Evening, 244 Questions for every Evening,—(several sets,) 245 (1.) When Time is limited, 245 (2.) For Ordinary Occasions, 246 (3.) Dr. Doddridge’s Questions, 247 (4.) When you have more Time than usual, 248 2. To ascertain why Prayer is not answered, 251 3. As to the Cause of Afflictions, 253 4. Whether we are Christians, 253
Am I a Christian?—Questions, 255
(1.) As to Views of Sin, 255 (2.) Of the Government of God, 256 (3.) Faith in Christ, 257 (4.) Love to God, 258 (5.) Christian Character in General, 260 5. Preparation for the Lord’s Table, 262 Questions, 262
A Course of Reading, 267 I. Sacred History, 267 Profane History, 267 II. Christian Doctrine, 268 III. Biography, 268 IV. Miscellaneous, 268
The Christian’s Mark.
“Forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press towards the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”—PHIL. 3:13, 14.
MY DEAR SISTER,
Ever since the death of our dear mother, I have felt a deep interest in your welfare. And your being left, while young, in a measure dependent upon me, has increased my affection for you. You have now left my roof, to sojourn among strangers. You have little knowledge of the world, and your religious experience has been short. I trust, therefore, you will cordially receive a few hints from one whose fraternal affection has been strengthened by many peculiar circumstances, and who, for many years, has not ceased to remember you in his prayers.