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A Trip Abroad

Auhtor: Don Carlos Janes

Language: english

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Review by O. Brown, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Trip Abroad':

... hostility, capturing the Ark of the Covenant in the days of Eli, and finally bringing Israel so completely under their power that they had to go ...
... courage to kill a Jew who was about to sacrifice on a heathen altar. He escaped to the mountains, where he was joined by a number of others of the same ...
... teach the truth of God. A book room is maintained in Birmingham, where the British and American publications may be purchased. They were using ...
... I have already spoken of system in their proceedings. They outline their work for a given period of time, specifying the Scriptures to be read, the ...
... a pleasing and uplifting address. There were about thirty persons in attendance, and the collection was for the Sailors' Orphans' Home in Scotland. ...
... before Scott's death, and is now on exhibition. Sir Walter, as the guide repeatedly called him, spent the last years of his life under the burden ...
... to take a boat ride down the lake, and it proved to be a pleasant and enjoyable trip. The snow could be seen lying on the tops of the mountains while ...
... exhibitions. The Arch of Hadrian, a peculiar old structure, twenty-three feet wide and about fifty-six feet high, stands near the Zappeion, and formerly ...
... of the deceased on the monument. Some of these are full-length statues, others are carvings representing only the head. Lanterns, some of them lighted, ...
... And this continued for the space of two years so that all they that dwelt in Asia heard the word of the Lord, both Jews and Greeks. The Lord ...
... awhile, reading my Bible and guide-book, I walked out to the point where the sea on three sides, the beautiful little plain at the base of the ...
... developed against the gospel system. The ancient traditional law, called the Mishna, is said to have been published here in A.D. 200, and the Palestinian ...
... dinner I went to a little iron-covered meeting-house called the tabernacle, where a Mr. Thompson, missionary of the Christian Alliance, of Nyack, ...
... becomes greater. Near the entrance to the sepulcher a group of men is repeating the words: This is the tomb of Jesus Christ not far from them others ...
... in Constantinople. Solomon's Stables next engaged our attention. We crossed the Temple Area to the wall on the southeastern border, and went down ...
... which is forty-one feet long, eleven and a half feet wide, with an arched stone roof, all of which, except the entrance, is below the surface. A ...
... most beautiful floor of polished marble, laid in patterns, that I have ever seen. It also contains a painting of the Savior and the two disciples. ...
... to have been four hundred and eighty-two feet. * * * In round numbers, the stupendous structure covers an area of nearly thirteen acres. It ...
... the harbor at Queenstown, Ireland, the next day, and came ashore at the New York custom house on the second of December. The Cedric was then the second ...
... of rain would be quite sufficient for the wants of the inhabitants and for irrigation. The summers are hot, the winters mild. Snow sometimes falls, ...