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by Frances Ridley Havergal
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KEPT FOR The Master’s Use. CHAPTER I. Our Lives kept for Jesus. Selections from miss havergal’s latest poems. The Thoughts of God. ‘Free to Serve. Morning Bells; Or, Waking Thoughts for Little Ones. By Frances Ridley Havergal. Grace, Actual and Habitual A Dogmatic Treatise.
Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879) was born in Worcestershire, England. Her father was a vicar and a hymn writer. Intelligent and educated, her life was characterized by a deep earnest consecration to Jesus. She also wrote hymn melodies, religious tracts, and works for children. She was born into an Anglican family, at Astley in Worcestershire. Her father, William Henry Havergal (1793-1870), was a clergyman, writer, composer, and hymnwriter. Her brother, Henry East Havergal, was a priest in the Church of England and an organist. In 1852/3 she studied in the Louisenschule, Düsseldorf, and at Oberkassel.
Frances Ridley Havergal wrote these two books at the end of her life, very shortly before her .
Frances Ridley Havergal wrote these two books at the end of her life, very shortly before her unexpected early death at 42 and a half. Frances Ridley Havergal: A Consecrated Life. 21 October ·. "It is so humbling for us to consider what great things the Lord hath done for us. We do not praise for what we do not recognize.
Henry Altemus Company. My beloved sister Frances finished revising the proofs of this book shortly before her death on Whit Tuesday, June 3, 1879, but its publication was to be deferred till the Autumn. In appreciation of the deep and general sympathy flowing in to her relatives, they wish that its publication should not be withheld. Knowing her intense desire that Christ should be magnified, whether by her life or in her death, may it be to His glory that in these pages she, being dead, ‘Yet speaketh!’ Maria V. g. havergal. Oakhampton, Worchestershire. FOR. The Master’s Use.
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