New Star Papers, Or, Views and Experiences of Religious Subjects

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NEW STAR PAPERS OR, VIEWS AND EXPERIENCES OF RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS.

BY HENRY WARD BEECHER.

NEW YORK: DERBY & JACKSON, 119 NASSAU STREET.

BOSTON: BROWN, TAGGARD & CHASE, 25 & 29 CORNHILL.

1859.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface. v
  • Contents vii
  • Christ Knocking at the Door of the Soul. 9
  • Church Music. 17
  • Trust. 24
  • Abide with Us. 28
  • Thoughts for the Close of the Year. 32
  • God's Pity. 38
  • The Mountain and the Closet. 47
  • The Liberty of Prayer. 54
  • Faults in Prayers. 60
  • Aids to Prayer. 66
  • Forsaking God. 70
  • A Rhapsody of the Pen Upon the Tongue. 76
  • An Aged Pastor's Return. 80
  • Lessons from the Times. 86
  • Christian Consolation. 103
  • Troubles. 109
  • Phases of the Times. 116
  • The Fullness of God. 124
  • Christ in You, the Hope of Glory. 135
  • Prayer-Meetings. 141
  • One Cause of Dull Meetings. 146
  • Working Out Our Own Salvation. 151
  • Trust in God. 156
  • We Spend Our Years as a Tale That is Told. 165
  • Sudden Conversation. 174
  • Total Depravity 178
  • Working with Errorists 187
  • Mischievous Self-Examination. 201
  • Where Christians Meet. 204
  • The Day and the Desk. 209
  • Is Conversion Instantaneous? 213
  • Natural Laws and Special Providences. 218
  • The Dead Christ. 232
  • An Exposition. 236
  • The Episcopal Service. 242
  • Congregational Liturgy. 247
  • Churches and Organs. 260
  • Patriotism and Liberty. 264
  • Purity of Character. 276
  • How to Bear Little Troubles. 278
  • Sin Revived and I Died 281
  • Humility Before God. 283
  • Who Shall Help the Unfortunate 286
  • Plymouth Church 291
  • Organ Playing 298
  • How to Become a Christian. 304
  • God's Witness to Christian Fidelity. 322
  • The Progress of Christianity. 341
  • Duties of Religious Publishing Societies. 351
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