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50 titles with subject: Christian life.

  • An Address to All the Colored Citizens of the United States. John B. Meachum, b. 1789


  • Advice to Soldiers. William Royal


  • Angel Lilly. An Incident in the Life of the Child Angel. Mary A. Denison (Mary Andrews), 1826-1911


  • An Appeal to Backslidden Christians. Rev. Theo. Whitfield (Theodore), 1834-1894


  • An Appeal to the Young. James M'Gready, ca. 1758-1817


  • Are You Forgiven? No Author


  • Are You Ready. [For the Soldiers]. No Author


  • "Christ in You". Charles F. Deems (Charles Force), 1820-1893


  • Christ's Gracious Invitation. Archibald Alexander, 1772-1851


  • Come to Jesus. Newman Hall, 1816-1902


  • Confession a Fundamental Doctrine of the Gospel Economy. Wm. C. Buck (William Calmes), 1790-1872


  • The Discipline of Friends, Revised and Approved by the Yearly Meeting Held at New-Garden, in Guilford County, North-Carolina, from the 4th to the 7th of the 11th Month, Inclusive, 1822. North Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends (1698- )


  • Do You Love God? No Author


  • Do You Want a Friend? No Author


  • The Evils of Gaming. A Letter to a Friend in the Army. Rev. Jeremiah Bell Jeter, 1802-1880


  • A Few Words to the Soldiers of the Confederate States. No Author


  • God's Providence a Source of Comfort and Courage to Christians. A. M. Poindexter


  • God's Way of Peace: A Book for the Anxious. Horatius Bonar, 1808-1889


  • The Great Day of Wrath and of Glory. John S. Long


  • The Great Question Answered. Andrew Fuller, 1754-1815


  • Halting on This Side of Jordan, or, Shall Your Brethren Go to War, and Shall Ye Sit Here? Rev. Basil Manly, 1825-1892


  • How Shall I Live? James B. Ramsey (James Beverlin), 1814-1871


  • I Have Brought My Little Brother Back. W. M. Wingate (Washington Manly), 1829-1879


  • It is a Fearful Thing to Live. A. Broaddus (Andrew), 1818-1900


  • James C. Sumner, the Young Soldier Ready for Death. W. H. McIntosh (William H.)


  • The Life of Rev. Robert Anderson. Born the 22d Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord 1819, and Joined the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1839. This Book Shall Be Called The Young Men's Guide, Or, the Brother in White. Robert Anderson, b. 1819


  • Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a Native of Africa, Who was Enslaved in Childhood, and Died in Boston, January 3, 1815...Aged 65 Years. By a Lady of Boston. Rebecca Warren Brown


  • Motives to Early Piety. Harlan Page, 1791-1834


  • The Negro Servant in "Annals of the Poor. Containing The Dairyman's Daughter, (with considerable additions) The Negro Servant, and the Young Cottager.". Legh Richmond, 1772-1827


  • Pastoral Letter from Alamance Church: To the Members of the Congregation now in the Army of the Confederate States of America. Calvin Henderson Wiley, 1819-1887


  • Peace in Believing. Rev. Charles Manly, 1795-1871


  • Prepare to Meet thy God. [Selected for the Soldiers.]. No Author


  • Prodigal Sons. Rev. Daniel Allen Penick, 1797-1870


  • Receiving Christ. No Author


  • A Refuge from the Storm. No Author


  • The Season of Divine Mercy. T. C. Teasdale (Thomas Cox), 1808-1891


  • Signs of a Living or Growing Christian. No Author


  • A Sketch of the Life of Capt. Hedley Vicars, the Christian Soldier. Catherine Marsh, 1818-1912


  • The Soldier. An Affecting Narrative of Facts. No Author


  • The Soldier's Bible. William W. Crumly


  • The Soldier's Grave: A Chaplain's Story. No Author


  • A Tract for the Soldier. Rev. J. A. Proctor


  • The Value of the Soul. E. S. Taylor


  • Where Are You Going? No Author


  • Why Do You Swear? John Nevins Andrews, 1829-1883


  • A Word of Comfort for the Sick Soldier. No Author


  • A Word of Warning for the Sick Soldier. No Author


  • The Wounded Soldier. John Ellis Edwards, 1814-1891


  • You Must Labor for Salvation. David Shaver


  • The Young Deserter. Rev. Basil Manly, 1825-1892


  • 4 articles with subject: Christian life.

  • Summary for An Address to All the Colored Citizens of the United States. Lauren Cofer


  • Summary for Memoir of Mrs. Chloe Spear, a Native of Africa, Who was Enslaved in Childhood, and Died in Boston, January 3, 1815...Aged 65 Years. By a Lady of Boston. Jenn Williamson


  • Summary for The Discipline of Friends, Revised and Approved by the Yearly Meeting Held at New-Garden, in Guilford County, North-Carolina, from the 4th to the 7th of the 11th Month, Inclusive, 1822. Meredith Malburne


  • Summary for The Negro Servant in "Annals of the Poor. Containing The Dairyman's Daughter, (with considerable additions) The Negro Servant, and the Young Cottager.". Zachary Hutchins