2 edition of Balm for the weary and the wounded found in the catalog.
|Statement||by C. T. Quintard|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
Jan 25, · The New Manna Youth Choir sings "There Is A Remedy" at New Manna Baptist Church on January 9, For the weary and afraid There is a Balm in Gilead To make the wounded . Jan 22, · In his booklet "Balm for the Weary and Wounded" (), Quintard reached back often to the writers of the 'Oxford Movement', which was his theological underpinning. In addition to familiar prayers, collects, and hymns from the "Book of Common Prayer", he adds poems, sermons, and religious texts of this movement.
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Oct 09, · Balm for the Weary and the Wounded This work was often provided to soldiers during the Civil War to comfort them. An example of an accompanying pamphlet follows:The following work has been arranged for such of our soldiers as have, by reason of wounds or disease, been Author: Jane Aniston. Balm for Confederate Soldiers who are Weary & Wounded $ Add to cart; Black Confederates $ Add to cart; Blood Money: The Civil War and the Federal Reserve $ Add to cart; Brave Deeds of Confederate Soldiers $ Add to cart; Champions from the Southern War for Independence $ Add to cart.
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Balm for the Weary and the Wounded Paperback – August 1, by Rev. Quintard (Author)Author: Rev. Quintard. This work was often provided to soldiers during the Civil War to comfort them. An example of an accompanying pamphlet follows: The following work has been arranged for such of our soldiers as have, by reason of wounds or disease, been compelled to exchange active service in the field for the harder and more wearying service in the hospital, or on the bed of sickness and hermes-security.com: C.
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Quintard, Chaplain 1st Tenn. Reg't, C. 85 p. Columbia: Evans & Cogswell, Printers, Call number (Rare Book Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill).
Balm for the weary and the wounded by Quintard, C. (Charles Todd), ; Evans & Cogswell, printer. In his booklet Balm for the Weary and Wounded (), Quintard reached back often to the writers of the “Oxford Movement,” which was his theological underpinning.
In addition to familiar prayers, collects, and hymns from the Book of Common Prayer, he adds poems. Balm for the Weary and the Wounded. by C. Quintard (Charles Todd), In his booklet Balm for the Weary and Wounded (), Quintard reached back often to the writers of the "Oxford Movement," which was his theological underpinning.
In addition to familiar prayers. The Confederate Soldier’s Pocket Manual of Devotions: Including Balm for the Weary and the Wounded The Confederate Surrender at Greensboro: The Final Days of the Army of Tennessee, April The Defense of Vicksburg: A Louisiana Chronicle (Volume 90).
31 verses from His heart to you: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you. Jul 09, · There is a balm in Gilead to make the wounded whole.
There is a balm in Gilead to heal the sin sick soul.” “Come to me, all who are weary, weary to the bone, and I will give you rest,” says Jesus. “Shoulder my yoke and learn from me for my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”.
Jul 03, · —Amen. This prayer was included in “Balm for the Weary and the Wounded,” a prayer manual for Confederate soldiers, published in by Evans & Cogswell.
Books on the topic of this prayer may be found in The Imaginative Conservative Bookstore. We hope you will join us in The Imaginative Conservative community. There is a balm in Gilead to make the wounded whole, there is a balm in Gilead to heal the sin-sick soul. Sometimes I feel discouraged and think my work's in vain, but then the Holy Spirit revives my soul again.
Refrain. 2 If you cannot preach like Peter, if you cannot pray like Paul, you can tell the love of Jesus and say, "He died for all. This chaplain of the First Tennessee Regiment, as most chaplains, was dedicated and faithful to his calling as a Confederate chaplain.
He desired to provide spiritual solace to the injured and weary soldier. There is a picture of Quintard on the cover and a biographical sketch by Dr. The Episcopal bishop of Louisiana as well as a general—he often was referred to as the "Bishop General"—Polk had in the pockets of his uniform coat The Book of Common Prayer and four copies of a newly published tract entitled Balm for the Weary and Wounded, three copies of which were inscribed to Johnston, Hardee, and Hood.
Major General William Loring assumed acting command of Polk's Corps. Glenda Millard — ‘Books are many things: lullabies for the weary, ointment for the wounded, armour for the fearful and nests for those in need of a home.’ Books are many things: lullabies for the weary, ointment for the wounded, armour for the fearful and nests for those in need of a home.
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Download: small. Balm for Confederate Soldiers Who are Weary and Wounded This chaplain of the First Tennessee Regiment, as most chaplains, was dedicated and faithful to his calling as a Confederate chaplain. He desired to provide sp. These short meditations seek to "help some harassed soul, some sheep in the wounded flock, to find balm in Gilead and rest for the weary." Havner pens this book while reflecting on the simple, sweet things of life and the enjoyment we might take in them should we have the wisdom to slow down long enough to partake in them.
Get this from a library. Balm for the weary and the wounded. [C T Quintard]. The Confederate soldier's pocket manual of devotions: including, Balm for the weary and the wounded. [C T Quintard;] -- Soldier's Pocket Manual of Devotions was one Civil War chaplain's expression of the hope and faith on which the Army Chaplain Corps' credo 'Nurture the living/Care for the wounded/Honor the dead' was.The Bruised, Broken, Battered, Bitter, Battle-weary The Balm of Gilead is for: 1.
Healing for the Sin Sick Mark When Jesus heard it, he saith unto them, They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.
Jer.The Confederate Soldier's Pocket Manual of Devotions; including Balm for the Weary and the Wounded. Compiled by Charles Todd Quintard. Foreword by William O. Nisbet Jr. (Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press,Pp. xxiii, $).