A Widow Directed to a Widow's God John Angell James Author
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When the Son of God came to earth, one thing He did was to bind up the brokenhearted and comfort those who mourn. We need to likewise fulfill the task of “pure and undefiled religion” in looking after widows and orphans in their distress (James 1:27). A bruised heart requires the gentlest handling, and here you will find timeless advice on how to achieve that in your ministry. Table of Contents: First Part: Appropriate Suggestions to Widows 1. Sympathy 2. Submission 3. Instruction 4. Consolation 5. Confidence in God 6. Benefits of Affliction Second Part: Scripture Examples of Widows 1. Naomi, Ruth, and Orpah 2. The Widow of Zarephath 3. The Widow of One of the Sons of the Prophets 4. The Widow Casting Her Two Mites into the Treasury 5. The Widow of Nain 6. Anna the Prophetess Third Part: Letters to Widows John Howe to Lady Russell Mrs. Love’s Letter to Her Husband Mr. Love’s Reply Letters from Widows Mrs. Huntington’s Letter on the Death of Her Husband To a Friend Who Had Lost a Near Relation To a Friend Who Had Lost Her Husband Lady Powerscourt’s Letter on the Death of Her Husband Letter VI from Ditto Letter VIII from Ditto Letter IX from Ditto Mrs. Lewis’s Letter on the Death of Her Husband


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