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James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Book 1: he keepeth the sheep. (search)
Kansas from the summer of 1855. May the Holy Spirit of God incline your heart, in earliest childhood, to receive the truth in the love of it, and to form your thoughts, words, and actions by its wise and holy precepts, is my best wish and most earnest prayer to Him in whose care I leave you. Amen. From your affectionate father, April 2, 1857. John Brown. This is dated two years ago; but the principles which dictated it were permanent. Almost on the eve of his last battle, October 1, 1859, he wrote home to his daughter Anne, in a letter which I saw, Anne, I want you first of all to become a sincere, humble, and consistent Christian--and then [this is characteristic] to acquire good and efficient business habits. Save this, to remember your father by, Anne. God Almighty bless and save you all. John Brown's orthodoxy. John Brown is almost the only radical abolitionist I have ever known who was not more or less radical in religious matters also. His theology was Pu
James Redpath, The Public Life of Captain John Brown, Chapter 5: North Elba. (search)
Kansas from the summer of 1855. May the Holy Spirit of God incline your heart, in earliest childhood, to receive the truth in the love of it, and to form your thoughts, words, and actions by its wise and holy precepts, is my best wish and most earnest prayer to Him in whose care I leave you. Amen. From your affectionate father, April 2, 1857. John Brown. This is dated two years ago; but the principles which dictated it were permanent. Almost on the eve of his last battle, October 1, 1859, he wrote home to his daughter Anne, in a letter which I saw, Anne, I want you first of all to become a sincere, humble, and consistent Christian--and then [this is characteristic] to acquire good and efficient business habits. Save this, to remember your father by, Anne. God Almighty bless and save you all. John Brown's orthodoxy. John Brown is almost the only radical abolitionist I have ever known who was not more or less radical in religious matters also. His theology was Pu