Dawn and twilight, by the author of 'Amy Grant'.

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Page 144 - But we shall still have Thee. We may look home, and seek in vain A fond fraternal heart, But Christ hath given His promise plain To do a Brother's part.
Page 49 - ... Thus should the pure and the lovely meet, Stainless with stainless, and sweet with sweet. White as those leaves, just blown apart, Are the folds of thy own young heart ; Guilty passion and cankering care Never have left their traces there. Artless one ! though thou gazest now O'er the white blossom with earnest brow, Soon will it tire thy childish eye ; Fair as it is, thou wilt throw it by. Throw it aside in thy weary hour, Throw to the ground the fair white flower ; Yet, as thy tender years...
Page 88 - O fear not in a world like this, And thou shalt know ere long, Know how sublime a thing it is To suffer and be strong.

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