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y abounded in their deepest afflictions. We beseech the churches to cherish the spirit and imitate the example of this noble army of saints and heroes; to be followers of them, who, through faith and patience, inherit the promises; to be steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for as much as they know that their labor is not in vain in the Lord. Resolved, That these resolutions be communicated to the Congress of the Confederate States at Montgomery, with the signatures of the President and Secretaries of the Convention. P. H. Mell, Ga.Committee. Jas. E. Broome, Fla. G. H. Martin, Miss. W. Carey Crane, La. R. Fuller, Md. Jas. B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, the report was unanimously adopted. True extract from the minutes. R. fuller, President. W. Carey Crane, Secretaries. Geo. B. Taylor. Secretaries. --N. Y. Times. May 21.
h they have decided upon, notwithstanding all our commissions and pleas for peace, may be arrested by that Supreme Power, who maketh the wrath of man to praise him; and that thus, through a divine blessing, the prosperity of these sovereign and once allied States, may he restored under the two Governments to which they now and henceforth respectively belong. Resolved, We do recommend to the churches of the Baptist denomination in the Southern States, to observe the first and second days of June, as days of humiliation, fasting, and prayer to Almighty God, that he may avert any calamities due to our sins as a people, and may look with mercy and favor upon us. Resolved, That whatever calamities may come upon us, our firm trust and hope are in God, through the atonement of his Son, and we earnestly beseech the churches represented in this body, (a constituency of six or seven hundred thousand Christians,) that they be fervent and importunate in prayer, not only for the country, but
e, and may look with mercy and favor upon us. Resolved, That whatever calamities may come upon us, our firm trust and hope are in God, through the atonement of his Son, and we earnestly beseech the churches represented in this body, (a constituency of six or seven hundred thousand Christians,) that they be fervent and importunate in prayer, not only for the country, but for the enterprises of the Gospel which have been committed to our care. In the war of the Revolution, and in the war of 1812, the Baptist bated no jot of heart or hope for the Redeemer's cause. Their zeal and liberality abounded in their deepest afflictions. We beseech the churches to cherish the spirit and imitate the example of this noble army of saints and heroes; to be followers of them, who, through faith and patience, inherit the promises; to be steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for as much as they know that their labor is not in vain in the Lord. Resolved, That these resol
May 13th, 1861 AD (search for this): chapter 168
Doc. 159.-report of the Southern Baptist Convention, May 13, 1861. The following report from the Committee on the state of the country, was unanimously adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in session at Savannah, Ga. It was drawn up by Rev. Dr. Fuller, of Baltimore, who had until recently had the reputation of being a firm friend of the Constitution and the Union:-- We hold this truth to be self-evident, that governments are established for the security, prosperity, and happiness of the people. When, therefore, any government is perverted from its proper designs, becomes oppressive, and abuses its power, the people have a right to change it. As to the States once combined upon this continent, it is now manifest that they can no longer live together as one confederacy. The Union constituted by our forefathers was one of coequal sovereign States. The fanatical spirit of the North has long been seeking to deprive us of rights and franchises guaranteed by the Con
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abounded in their deepest afflictions. We beseech the churches to cherish the spirit and imitate the example of this noble army of saints and heroes; to be followers of them, who, through faith and patience, inherit the promises; to be steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for as much as they know that their labor is not in vain in the Lord. Resolved, That these resolutions be communicated to the Congress of the Confederate States at Montgomery, with the signatures of the President and Secretaries of the Convention. P. H. Mell, Ga.Committee. Jas. E. Broome, Fla. G. H. Martin, Miss. W. Carey Crane, La. R. Fuller, Md. Jas. B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, the report was unanimously adopted. True extract from the minutes. R. fuller, President. W. Carey Crane, Secretaries. Geo. B. Taylor. Secretaries. --N. Y. Times. May 21.
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y abounded in their deepest afflictions. We beseech the churches to cherish the spirit and imitate the example of this noble army of saints and heroes; to be followers of them, who, through faith and patience, inherit the promises; to be steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for as much as they know that their labor is not in vain in the Lord. Resolved, That these resolutions be communicated to the Congress of the Confederate States at Montgomery, with the signatures of the President and Secretaries of the Convention. P. H. Mell, Ga.Committee. Jas. E. Broome, Fla. G. H. Martin, Miss. W. Carey Crane, La. R. Fuller, Md. Jas. B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, the report was unanimously adopted. True extract from the minutes. R. fuller, President. W. Carey Crane, Secretaries. Geo. B. Taylor. Secretaries. --N. Y. Times. May 21.
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. Resolved, That we shall assiduously invoke the Divine direction and favor in behalf of those who bear rule among us, that they may still exercise the same wise, prompt, elevated statesmanship which has hitherto characterized their measures; that their enterprises may be attended with success; and that they may attain a great reward, not only in seeing these Confederate States prosper under their administration, but in contributing to the progress of the transcendant kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Resolved, That we most cordially tender to the President of the Confederate States, to his Cabinet, and to the members of the Congress now convened at Montgomery, the assurances of our sympathy and entire confidence. With them are our hearts and our hearty cooperation. Resolved, That the lawless reign of terror at the North, the violence committed upon unoffending citizens, above all, the threats to wage upon the South a warfare of savage barbarity, to devastate our homes and h
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, That these resolutions be communicated to the Congress of the Confederate States at Montgomery, with the signatures of the President and Secretaries of the Convention. P. H. Mell, Ga.Committee. Jas. E. Broome, Fla. G. H. Martin, Miss. W. Carey Crane, La. R. Fuller, Md. Jas. B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, the report was unanimously adopted. True extract from the minus of the President and Secretaries of the Convention. P. H. Mell, Ga.Committee. Jas. E. Broome, Fla. G. H. Martin, Miss. W. Carey Crane, La. R. Fuller, Md. Jas. B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, the report was unanimously adopted. True extract from the minutes. R. fuller, President. W. Carey Crane, Secretaries. Geo. B. Taylor. Secretaries. --N. Y. Times. May 21.
Doc. 159.-report of the Southern Baptist Convention, May 13, 1861. The following report from the Committee on the state of the country, was unanimously adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in session at Savannah, Ga. It was drawn up by Rev. Dr. Fuller, of Baltimore, who had until recently had the reputation of being a firm friend of the Constitution and the Union:-- We hold this truth to be self-evident, that governments are established for the security, prosperity, and happiness of the people. When, therefore, any government is perverted from its proper designs, becomes oppressive, and abuses its power, the people have a right to change it. As to the States once combined upon this continent, it is now manifest that they can no longer live together as one confederacy. The Union constituted by our forefathers was one of coequal sovereign States. The fanatical spirit of the North has long been seeking to deprive us of rights and franchises guaranteed by the Co
port from the Committee on the state of the country, was unanimously adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in session at Savannah, Ga. It was drawn up by Rev. Dr. Fuller, of Baltimore, who had until recently had the reputation of being a firm friend of the Constitution and the Union:-- We hold this truth to be self-evident, the signatures of the President and Secretaries of the Convention. P. H. Mell, Ga.Committee. Jas. E. Broome, Fla. G. H. Martin, Miss. W. Carey Crane, La. R. Fuller, Md. Jas. B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, . B. Taylor, Va. R. B. C. Howell, Tenn. L. W. Allen, Ky. J. L. Prichard, N. C. E. T. Winkler, S. C. B. Manly, Sr., Ala. The vote being taken, the report was unanimously adopted. True extract from the minutes. R. fuller, President. W. Carey Crane, Secretaries. Geo. B. Taylor. Secretaries. --N. Y. Times. May 21.
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