Excerpt from The Unitarian Advocate, Vol. 1: And Religious Miscellany
What are some of the re¿ections, feelings, and emotions which a review of the past is fitted to awaken? In the first place, it should have the effect of exciting our gratitude. The monuments of God's care a... nd good ness every where meet our eye. We have but to pause and consider, to look within and about us, to be convinced that our debt of gratitude and love to him is vast, is endless. Our life is a mystery in its origin, its continuance, and its end. Dangers press around us at every step. Hosts of diseases stand ready to convey us to the tomb. Yet our Heavenly Father has preserved us. He has borne us up in the arms of his love, and his invisible hand has scattered uimumbercd blessings in our path.
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