Narrative of Sojourner Truth - Entry #19 and #20, Isabella's Religious Experience and New Trials Summary & Analysis

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Entry #19, Isabella's Religious Experience: Isabella had only what her mother had taught her about God. She had no knowledge of scripture or any teaching from any church. She believed that God was a great man and lived in the sky. She believed that she should pray loudly and tell God exactly what was wrong or how badly she was treated. She found a small island in a stream on the land of one of her owners and went there twice a day. She would complain loudly and always ask, 'Do you think that is right, God?' She came to the point of promising God that if he would place her in a safe place with good people, she would be good all day. She never met her goal but eventually at the Van Wagener's she was finally treated well and...

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