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The infirmities and comforts of old age

The infirmities and comforts of old age

a sermon to aged people

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Published by Printed by Henry Brewer in Springfield [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Old age -- Sermons,
  • Sermons, American

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Lathrop
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 8757
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination14 p
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15049747M
    LC Control Number87587786

      24 W.A. Achenbaum, “Delineating Old Age: From Functional Status to Bureaucratic Criteria,” in Corrine T. Field and Nicholas L. Syrett, eds., Age in America: The Colonial Era to the Present (New York: New York University Press, ), –; Susannah Ottoway, “Medicine and Old Age,” in The Oxford Handbook of the History of Medicine Author: David Doddington. Wine exalts the fantasy, makes the memory lucid, increases happiness, alleviates pain, and destroys melancholy. It reconciles dreams, comforts old age, aids convalescence, and gives that sense of euphoria by which life is made to run smoothly, tranquilly, .

    On Old Age (As Viewed By Hermann Hesse) by Sidi J. age is a stage in our lives and like all other stages it has a face of its own. Page5/5. Before old age comes, which, if death prevent not, will come, and they will be years of which we shall say, We have no pleasure in them,-when we shall not relish the delights of sense, as Barzillai (2 Sa. ),-when we shall be loaded with bodily infirmities, old and blind, or old and lame,-when we shall be taken off from our usefulness, and.

    Joseph Lathrop () Biography: Lathrop was born in Norwich, Connecticut. After graduating from Yale, he took a teaching position at a grammar school in Springfield, Massachusetts, where he also began studying theology. Two years after leaving Yale, he was ordained as the pastor of the Congregational Church in West Springfield, Massachusetts. He remained there until . It is a great city and very populous, as appears by the number of the infants, suppose from two years old and under; there are , such in Nineveh, that have not come to so much use of understanding as to know their right hand from their left, for they are yet but babes. These are taken notice of because the age of infants is commonly.


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The Infirmities and Comforts of Old Age. A Sermon To Aged People. By Joseph Lathrop, D. Pastor of the first Church in West-Spring field. My aged Brethren and Friends, You will permit an aged man, like yourselves, to speak, this afternoon, a few words to you Or, if you please, he will speak.

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Before old age comes, which, if death prevent not, will come, and they will be years of which we shall say, We have no pleasure in them,–when we shall not relish the delights of sense, as Barzillai (2 Sam. ), –when we shall be loaded with bodily infirmities, old and blind, or old and lame,–when we shall be taken off from our.

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God has graciously engaged to support and comfort his faithful servants, even in their old age: "Even to your old age, when you grow unfit for business, when you are compassed with infirmities, and perhaps your relations begin to grow weary of you, yet I am he —he that I am, he that I have been—the very same by whom you have been borne from.

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“A man can lay up nothing better for the infirmities of old age than the favor of God sought, by earnest prayer, in. Before old age comes, which, if death prevent not, will come, and they will be years of which we shall say, We have no pleasure in them,—when we shall not relish the delights of sense, as Barzillai (2 Sa.

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Death not to be feared. Death easier and less repugnant to nature in old age than in youth. Reasons for believing the soul to be.O Father, amid the infirmities of age, may Thy comforts delight my soul, and, finishing my course with joy, let my last days be my best days. I rest on Thee.

Cast me not off in my old age ; forsake me not when my strength fails, but be Thou the strength of my heart, and my portion.It is one of the common infirmities of old age.

Those that look out at the windows are darkened, Eccl. It is folly to walk in the sight of our eyes, and to suffer our hearts to go after them, while we know death will shortly close them, and we do not know but some .