Bochim, Or The Weepers: A Sermon Preached On The 27th November, Being The Day Of Humiliation On Account Of The Indian Mutiny
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ISBN-10 : 0243489064 ISBN-13 : 978-0243489060
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Excerpt from Bochim, or the Weepers: A Sermon Preached on the 27th November, Being the Day of Humiliation on Account of the Indian Mutiny. This much for the sins that we have committed, and for the analogy subsisting between them and those charged in the text by the angel of the Lord against the children of Israel.
The children of Israel" were " a peculiar people"—peculiar in their origin, peculiar in their progress, peculiar in their destiny. They were God's " peculiar people." He bestowed on them peculiar privileges. To these a special reference is made in the text. Even when slaves in Egypt the were the objects of his peculiar care, insomuch that " the more they were afflicted, the more they multiplied and grew."
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