Scenes in the Wilderness: An Authentic Narrative of the Labours and Sufferings of the Moravian Missionaries Among the North American Indians
G. Lane & P. P. Sandford, 1842 - 208 頁
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aries arrived attended baptized Bethlehem built canoes Captain Pipe cattle chapel chief Chris Christ Christian Indians commenced corn danger David Zeisberger death Delaware Detroit dians dwelling Elliot enemies English etermity flourished Friedenshutten Friedenstadt Gnadenhutten Goschgoshing gospel gregation ground half-king happy heart heathem hundred huts Indian brethren Indian congregation Indian converts Indian corn Indian town inhabitants Iroquois journey labour land leave length Lichtenau lived Lord M'Cormick ment miles mission missionaries Monsey Moravian Moravian brethren murdered Muskingum native assistants Netawatwees New-York night once party peace Philadelphia Rauch reached received rest river Salem Sandusky savages Saviour says Heckewelder scalp yell scarcely scene Senseman sent settle settlement Shabash Shawanese Shekomeko Shoenbrun sionaries Six Nations soon spot Susquehannah teachers tian Indians tion tlement tract trees tribes Tschoop Upper Sandusky vicinity village visited warriors Wechquetank whole wilderness woods Wyandot Zeis Zeisberger
第 25 頁 - What kind of man is this? There he lies and sleeps. I might kill him, and throw him out into the wood, and who would regard it ? But this gives him no concern.
第 25 頁 - I come to you, in the name of the Lord of Heaven and Earth. He sends to let you know, that He will make you happy, and deliver you from the misery in which you lie at present. To this end, Ho became a man — gave His life a ransom for man — and shed His blood for him,
第 25 頁 - And thus we dismissed him. After some time, Brother Rauch came into my hut, and sat down by me : he spoke to me nearly as follows: — ' I come to you in the name of the Lord of heaven and earth : he sends to let you know that he will make you happy, and deliver you from the misery in which you lie at present. To this end, he became a man, gave his life a ransom for man, and shed his blood for him, &c.
第 32 頁 - They may be what they will ; but I know what they have told me, and what God has wrought within me. Look at my poor countrymen there, lying drunk before your door. Why do you not send privileged teachers...
第 13 頁 - Of their humility they had given a continual proof, by performing those servile offices for the other passengers, which none of the English would undertake ; for which they desired, and would receive no pay, saying, " It was good for their proud hearts," and " Their loving Saviour had done more for them.
第 13 頁 - There was now an opportunity of trying whether they were delivered from the spirit of fear, as well as from that of pride, anger, and revenge. In the midst of the psalm wherewith their service began, the sea broke over, split the mainsail in pieces, covered the ship, and poured in between the decks as if the great deep had already swallowed us up. A terrible screaming began among the English. The Germans calmly sang on. I asked one of them afterwards, 'Were you not afraid?' He answered, ( I thank...
第 30 頁 - Who is my mother ? and who are my brethren ? And he stretched forth his hand toward his disciples, and said, Behold my mother and my brethren ! for whosoever shall do the will of my Father who is in heaven, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother.
第 186 頁 - How exactly this will answer for the purpose,' began with Abraham, and continued knocking down one after another until he counted fourteen that he had killed with his own hands. He now handed the instrument to one of his fellow-murderers, saying: ' My arm fails me. Go on in the same way. I think I have done pretty well.
第 112 頁 - Christ ; they entered into his place ; they considered it as belonging to themselves; "they counted not their lives dear unto them, so that they might finish their course with joy, and the ministry they had received of the Lord Jesus, to testify the gospel of the grace of God.