The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - Nothing But Sin

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(source: NIU Libraries)
Online Full Text: Northern Illinois University
Series: New York Weekly v. 31 no. 16 — page 7
Subject / Tag: Poem
Part of: New York Weekly v. XXXI, no. 16, March 6, 1876 (Issue)
Author: Kidder, M. A. (Mary Ann), 1820-1905
Date: March 6, 1876
Edition Description: I hire a man to dig in my garden for a day, and at its close I give him eight shillings; the man has earned it. He goes home, and his wife says: "Where did you get that money?" He says, "I worked for it." But suppose another man comes to me and says: "I have been sick for the last six weeks, and unable to work; my family are suffering for want of food," and I give him eight shillings. The one is a gift; the other is not. Now God is a Sovereign; He is not down here selling salvation- offering you salvation if you will pay something for it. What can you offer to the King of kings? What have you got that Gold will accept? Nothing but your sins - Mr. Moody's London Sermon

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