Fragment by Frances Miller Seward

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Fragment by Frances Miller Seward
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Fragment by Frances Miller Seward

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sender: Frances Seward
Birth: 1805-09-24  Death: 1865-06-21

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transcription: keh 

revision: tap 2017-05-24

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While my children
x Birth: 1839-06-18  Death: 1920-04-29  Birth: 1844-12-09  Death: 1866-10-29  Birth: 1830-07-08  Death: 1915-04-25  Birth: 1826-10-01  Death: 1876-09-11 
were
young I felt the
necessity of giving
them some Sunday
lessons which would
aid them on their
way through life,
and at the same
time impart just
and true ideas
of Divine government.
It was for this
purpose I commenced
making these selections
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from the New
Testament
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Two or three
verses learned every
Sunday, will
make a more
lasting impression
than longer lessons,
or much reading –
– and with God's
help influence their
further conduct.
When mothers
become seriously
awakened to their
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sacred responsibility
in forming the
characters of their
children, striving
by example and
teaching to make
them virtuous, at
an age when the
heart is most
tender and the
mind most
impressible; we
may look
for permanent
improvement in
the human race –
F. A. S.