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J. William Jones, Christ in the camp, or religion in Lee's army, Chapter 6: hospital work. (search)
ooner than I expected, for when I heard from him again he had fallen asleep in Jesus; earth bore another grave, but heaven had won a sweeter strain of praise to Him who doeth all things well. Oh, blessed Jesus! Oh, thou divine Redeemer! when we see our friends treading the verge of Jordan, free from fear because Thou art with them, we would raise our hearts and our voices in adoration, and praise, and thankfulness to Thee, Who captive leads captivity And takes the sting from death. Tyree Glenn. Rev. C. F. Fry writes, from Staunton, Virginia: While I was preaching at the hospital a young man, confined to his bed, wept most bitterly. After the service was over he said to me, I have been thinking a great deal about my condition, but never, until now, could get the consent of my mind to trust the Saviour. God being my helper, I shall never cease looking unto Jesus for life, joy, and peace. Brother Editors: I should have written of our hospitals before this, but hav