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" I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you some of them. She talked to me about sin ; how it first came into the world, when Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, and how it was to be seen everywhere... "
Six Steps to Honor: Or, Great Truths Illustrated - Page 282
by H. P. Andrews - 1856 - 299 pages
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The Child's friend

1881
...coming out. ' Oh,' she said, 'how very good it was of Him to die for us ; and such a cruel death ! ' "I asked her what part of the Bible she liked best. She said she liked all the history of Jesus ; but the chapters she most loved to hear were the last two...
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The two bears, and other sermons for children

John Charles Ryle (bp. of Liverpool.) - 1869
...she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. Dear children, you cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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The beauty of the King (sermons).

Richard Newton - God (Christianity) - 1878 - 236 pages
...coming out. ' Oh,' she said, ' how very good it was of Him to die for us ; and such a cruel death!' " I asked her what part of the Bible she liked best. She said she liked all the history of Jesus ; but the chapters she most loved to hear were the last two...
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Boys and Girls Playing and Other Addresses to Children

John Charles Ryle (bp. of Liverpool.) - Children's sermons - 1880 - 159 pages
...she was a good girl, and had remembered what her mistress had read. Dear children, you cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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The Churchman's Monthly Penny Magazine, and Guide to Christian Truth ...

1851
...Bible to her; and she was attentive, and had remembered what her mistress had read. You cannot think how many things in the Bible this poor little blind girl knew. I only wish that every grown-up person in England knew as much as she did. But I must try and tell you...
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