Foot-Prints of an Itinerant Maxwell Pierson Gaddis

ISBN: 9781331122302

Published: September 27th 2015

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554 pages


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Foot-Prints of an Itinerant  by  Maxwell Pierson Gaddis

Foot-Prints of an Itinerant by Maxwell Pierson Gaddis
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Excerpt from Foot-Prints of an ItinerantMore than two years ago, in consequence of a bronchial affection, I reluctantly dissolved my pastoral relation with the Green-street station, in the city of Piqua, Miami county, Ohio. Under these circumstancesMoreExcerpt from Foot-Prints of an ItinerantMore than two years ago, in consequence of a bronchial affection, I reluctantly dissolved my pastoral relation with the Green-street station, in the city of Piqua, Miami county, Ohio. Under these circumstances I was induced to go to the city of New York, for the purpose of consulting a distinguished physician.

From there I proceeded with my family to Brattleboro, Vermont, and spent the remaining part of the summer of 1853 at the celebrated Wesselhoeft Water-Cure Establishment. In the fall my health was slightly improved, but my vocal organs so much debilitated that I was compelled to take a superannuated relation. When I retired from the active duties of the ministry, I resolved to go again and visit my brethren in every city where I had previously gone preaching the word of the Lord, and see how they prospered.

But this I found impracticable. In entering into a retrospect of the different circuits and stations assigned to me I could truly say, Though I be absent in the flesh, yet am I with you in spirit, joying and beholding your order and the steadfastness of your faith in Christ. I was then deeply impressed with the belief that the time for labor with me that would be profitable to my fellow-men was drawing to a close.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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