Excerpt from God's Hand in Affliction the Ground of Support: A Sermon, Preached at the Funeral of Mrs. Caroline A. Hunt; Westboro', March 13, 1846
How sweet to the little child, whom some calamity has overtaken, is the known voice of a parent! With a fluttering, troubled hear... t he rushes to his arms at the sound, lays his head upon his bosom, and is at rest. A stranger's voice could not so have soothed him. Nay, its unwonted tones might only have increased his agita tion. But the words, father, mother, are the pledge of sympathy and love, - of tried, unfailing help, which hushes every fear, and bids every anxious feeling Be still.
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