Elizabeth: The Disinherited Daugheter

Elizabeth: The Disinherited Daugheter

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, Historical, Christian

From that work this hitherto gaudy maiden came out as plain as a Quakeress, and hastened to the Methodist prayer meeting. Seeing her thus evidently taught of the Holy Spirit, they took hold of her case with new courage as she bowed with them crying for mercy. The prayers of the early Methodists were something wonderful, and this broken-hearted penitent drank into their wrestling spirit. They claimed for her the "exceeding great and precious promises," with mighty faith; she claimed these promises with them. They took hold on Jesus; she put her hand with theirs into His with a strong and steady grip, and He accepted her.

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  • Angela

    Although a couple of things in which I might disagree, this was a beautiful story of a woman who chose to follow her beliefs through much opposition and continued to serve God and others her entire li...

  • Barbara

    Interesting insight to the religeous fevor of the times. ...

  • Barbara

    Story of a convert to Methodist Episcopalian church in it's early days in the U.S. It is a history and story of her life style and not a religious text. ...

  • Amy Renkel

    This is a strange book. I didn't care. For it. I thought the title was intriquing but the book proved annoying to me....

  • Jennifer Pfieffer

    Not what I was expecting This book was recommended because of my interest in books about royalty. It was not that. I didn't much care for the story or the writing style....