Every-Day Religion: The Common-Sense Teaching of the Bible
by Hannah Whitall Smith
Publisher: J. Nisbet and Co. 1894
The object of the book is to bring out the common-sense teaching of the Bible in regard to every-day religion. The author aimed not so much to get at the doctrinal truths of our religion, as at the every-day practical common-sense principles. How to live a Christ-like life in the midst of an un-Christ-like world; how to have inward peace in the midst of outward turmoil; how to see the hand of God in every-day matters, and how to accept the homely details of His will; how, in short, to apply the principles of our religion to our week-day lives as well as to our Sunday lives; -- this is the object of these Lessons.
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