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INDEX TO VOL. VI. NEW SERIES, 1863.
EMBELISHMENT : PORTRAIT OF REV, ALBERT BARNES.
-The Conditions of Peace,
By Rev. Henry A Nelson, D.D. 68
By Rev. Edmund B. Fairfield, LL.D., 113
By Rev. Alexander Wilson McClure, 155
By Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, D.D., 169
By Rev. Samuel Cooke. D.D., 201
By Rev. John Marsh, D.D., 200
By Rev. S. T. Spear, D.D.,
By Rev. S. T. Spear, D.D
By Rev. Roswell D. Hitchcock, D.D., 227
dom of Christ and the Kingdom
CONTENTS OF THE PRAYER-MEETLYG.
The Christian in an Eddy
132 The Pathfi ay ng...
What Have we gone...
133 Improve apparitice
A Few Pous Juestions.
133 The Christian'. Truungh. 5 Inch Bus he spirit.
134 Connsel Yara 6! Thy Su:Lsr 30's Prayer.
135 What the done 5. Cizen of Beaven..
135 * The Rack Higher than 1"
• Is het Wucher ***
136 * The City of God
5 Coi retened in Redemption. 136 Keeping the lears
34 Fulroa Street Prager-Meeting. 162 Power of Paren al Intrenee. 54 Emh.mf SL VIGUL..
163 The Amira 56 The Great Ther..
164 Grool W..nag to Pædon.
56% - Te wil nos Come to Ye. Bolton freet Prager Meeting 74 What shou Deest. de Quietly. 166 f'eeding the Lambe. 7 I ouzht to Pray Voce
167 Ministerial Conngels, * The Jadze of all
167 Przyerlege Parenta..
79 Falcoa Sireet Prayer-Meeting Christ. Almne. 79 A Pragerless Christina
195 Peginning Pamily Prayer 0 Argumentative Preaching 296 Priton ferret Prayer meeting. 100 Power of Personal H-liness.
197 Cock of Conscience. 102 Wy Mecsher in her Casei..
197 The Greatest Street Preacher. 103 The Funeral Knell
197 God's Love.com
103 The Sic ner s Miraele of Grace.... 198 itefield': Experience 104 The Dragon of the Abyss..
199 Why Weary Sool. 104 The Ministry of the Age
199 Resth of the Righteons. 124 The Richest Jewel...
200 Der Soldier's Prayer. 125 'Fire Consciences...
200 The Effect of Prayer
125 The Fulton Sureet Prayer meeting, 228 Thestions to those who Neglect A Sabbathless World...
230 Que ayer meetings
126; Grace in a Gradual Revelation.. 232 Posu Farnest... 127' Neglecting Salvation.
231 Life ity in Heaven 12 Lessons of the Grave..
230 Activitie Preacher 128 Believe....
232 The Lus Diamonds 129 Pulpit Prayer Answered.
252 Precio a 129 Holy Salutation..
259 Time's Soliloquy 130 | Frugal of Prayer
259 The Years... 131 Ingratitude to God
269 The Child and the Queen 181 An Incurable Disease
260 Rules for Home Education. 132 | The Earnest Preacher.
260 Christ the Light of the Worid., 261 Address of Mr. Stewart.
296 A Good Minister of Jesus Christ.. 262 Heart Watching..
321 The Man of Sorrowg...
263 Have you found your Brother?... 322 Anecdote of Dr. Nettleton 263 The Joy of Angels.
323 The Sympathies of Angels. 264 Sin Panishes itself
323 Fulton street Prayer meeting 291“ I can Do Nothing,"
324 Address of Rev. Dr. Tyng 291 Jesus Saves the Lost.
352 Address of Rev. Dr. Rice, 292 The Light in the Well.
325 Address of Rev. Dr. Cuyler. 292 God before Man..
326 Address of Rev. Dr. Anderson. 293 Fulton Street Prayer-Meeting. 351 Address of Rev. Dr. Porter... 294 Brigade Prayer-Meeting.
351 "dress of Rev. Dr. Newman. ... 295 The Boy Missionary...
JAN and FEB., 1863.
Vol. II.--Nos. 1 and 2.
BY REV. ALBERT BARNES,
THE CONDITIONS OF PEACE.
" It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord.”—PSALM 92: 1.
There never has been a time, in our own country, or in other countries, when, if a man had any thing to say that could comfort, animate, or encourage his fellow.citizens, or had any claim, derived from his age, his position, or his experience to impart counsel, it could be more appropriately done than now. Involved in a war such as has existed in no other nation ; with numerous enemies to the government in every part of the land; with reverses that tend to bumble us in our own eyes and before the world ; with comparatively little progress in the great objects of the war ; with a demand on the resources of the loyal part of the nation that test to the utmost its ability and its patriotism ; when measures are adopted, most extreme in their
nature, and that try to the extreme of endurance the loyalty of the people—measures submitted to as a temporary necessity, only because it is believed that there are greater interests that would be imperiled if they were not adopted ; with no manifest sympathy among the nations of the earth, and with little real sympathy from any of those nations; with the nations of the old world looking greedily for the entire breaking up of our institutions, and the overthrow of a free
A Thanksgiving discourse delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Phila delphia, November 27, 1862.