• Creator
  • Hitchcock, Edward, 1793-1864
  • Created Date
  • 1821-10
  • Publisher
  • Massachusetts
  • Description
  • A sermon by Edward Hitchcock in which Hitchcock addresses the elderly members of his congregation. Hitchcock mentions some reasons that the aged should be grateful to God, emphasizes to them that any suffering they have endured or are enduring is near an end, and asks them to reflect on what in life has brought them the most fulfillment. Genesis 47:29 is quoted. Hitchcock has noted on the first page the date and location where he delivered thi... more
    A sermon by Edward Hitchcock in which Hitchcock addresses the elderly members of his congregation. Hitchcock mentions some reasons that the aged should be grateful to God, emphasizes to them that any suffering they have endured or are enduring is near an end, and asks them to reflect on what in life has brought them the most fulfillment. Genesis 47:29 is quoted. Hitchcock has noted on the first page the date and location where he delivered this sermon as well as Bible chapters and hymns related to the sermon. less
  • Format
  • Sermons
    Manuscripts
  • Rights
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