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199 example sentences with talmage

Spurgeon is heard easily by seven thousand people, and Talmage by six thousand, and Dr. Hall by four thousand, because the buildings in which they preach are adapted to public speaking.

of the Foremost Living Preachers and Other Theologians INTRODUCTION BY LEWIS O. BRASTOW, D.D. Professor Emeritus of Practical Theology in Yale University VOLUME VIII TALMAGE TO KNOX LITTLE 1908 CONTENTS VOLUME VIII.

TALMAGE (1832-1901).

Thirst Satisfied TALMAGE A BLOODY MONSTER BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Thomas De Witt Talmage was born at Bound Brook, N.J., in 1832.

Thirst Satisfied TALMAGE A BLOODY MONSTER BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Thomas De Witt Talmage was born at Bound Brook, N.J., in 1832.

TALMAGE 18321901 A BLOODY MONSTER

An episode in connection with the visit to China in 1878 of Dr. Jacob Chamberlain, of the Arcot Mission, is described in a letter to Dr. Goyn Talmage, as follows: "Dear Goyn: I suppose I told you about the pleasant visit we had from Dr. Chamberlain and family.

The letter reads as follows: "'When the flocks of wild geese make their orderly flight,the glorious autumnal season deserving of laudation,my thoughts wander far away to you, Teacher Talmage, whose noble presence is worthy to be saluted with bow profound, and whose dignified manners invite to close intimacy.

May there be golden peace to you, Teacher Talmage, and will your excellency please bestow your brilliant glance on what I have written!'

August 18, 1887, marked the fortieth anniversary of Dr. Talmage's arrival in China.

The members of the English Presbyterian Missionladies and gentlemenimmediately concluded to secure some suitable memento expressive of their regard for Dr. Talmage and his work.

"Dear Dr. Talmage: "When on the 18th of last August we learned that that day was the fortieth anniversary of your arrival in China, the news came upon us unexpectedly.

Dr. Talmage was blessed with a most vigorous physical constitution, but years of struggle with one of the complaints peculiar to the tropics, finally compelled his retirement from the Mission field.

In the summer of 1889, Dr. and Mrs. Talmage embarked on the steamship Arabia for the United States.

Dr. Talmage turned his face to the old home-village, Bound Brook, New Jersey, all the time cherishing the hope of one more return to China and his laying down the shepherd's crook and robe among the flock he had gathered from among the heathen.

Dr. Talmage left a wife, two daughters and three sons, and a goodly circle of relatives and friends to mourn his departure.

Mrs. Talmage has since returned to the Talmage Manse at Amoy and taken up afresh her chosen work in educating the ill-privileged and ignorant women of China.

Mrs. Talmage has since returned to the Talmage Manse at Amoy and taken up afresh her chosen work in educating the ill-privileged and ignorant women of China.

Rev. David M. Talmage fills a pastorate with the Reformed Church of Westwood, New Jersey.

Mr. John Talmage is a rice merchant at New Orleans, Louisiana.

Rev. George E. Talmage ministers to the Lord's people at Mott Haven, New York.

When the sun of Dr. Talmage's life set, it was to the Chinese brethren at Amoy, like the setting of a great hope.

The Churches had come to feel that whoever failed them, they had Teacher Talmage still.

TALMAGE-THE MAN.

I can well remember the plane upon which Dr. Talmage placed this study of the language.

Then Dr. Talmage was a scholar, with a very wide range of scholarship.

Dr. Talmage was a favorite with every one of them.

And we fear it may also not be known what Dr Talmage's powers as a preacher were.

And during all my time in Amoy, there was always a large congregation when Dr. Talmage was the preacher.

Foremost amongst us was Dr. Talmage, tenaciously and persistently advocating the view he happened to have taken on any question.

Dr. Talmage was not perfect.

TALMAGE-THE MISSIONARY.

Often we have heard it said, "Well, if you won't listen to us, Dr. Talmage will."

Dr. Talmage was thoroughly acquainted with the spoken language of Amoy.

Dr. Talmage went home and fought the battle and won the day.

But it was Dr. Talmage's irresistible pleadings that won their hearts.

In connection with all this we must mention another namethe name of one very dear to Dr. Talmage, and of one to whom he was very dear.

Dr. Talmage was by a good many years the predecessor in the field.

And when our beloved father Talmage passed from earth to heaven, what thankfulness must have filled his heart.

Burns, Sandeman, Doty, Douglas, and Talmage; what a galaxy these early pioneers in Amoy were.

VENERABLE TEACHER TALMAGE.

[Pastor Iap was the first pastor of the Chinese Church] Teacher Talmage was very gentle.

Teacher Talmage was a lover of men.

Teacher Talmage was very gracious in receiving men, whether men of position or the common people.

Teacher Talmage had great eloquence and possessed great intelligence.

Teacher Talmage was grave in manner.

Teacher Talmage earnestly exhorted to harmony.

Teacher Talmage was exceedingly diligent.

But Teacher Talmage could not bear to be separated from the Church in China.

JOHN VAN NEST TALMAGE, D.D. BY REV.

S. L. BALDWIN, D.D., [Recording Secretary of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.] My memory of Dr. Talmage dates back to the year 1846.

In 1860, on my first visit to Amoy, I renewed old acquaintanceship, and during my twenty-two years in China was several times a guest in Dr. Talmage's family.

J. V. N. TALMAGE, D.D.. BY REV.

My acquaintance with Dr. Talmage began at a very early period.

So far as I can recall, there was nothing particularly brilliant or original in the early sermons or addresses of the young missionarynothing of those wondrous displays of word-painting, imagination, and dramatic power which have made his brother, Dr. T. De Witt Talmage, famous.

I remember the surprise with which I heard the late Dr. Swanson, of London, say from his own observation during ten years of the closest intercourse at Amoy, that Dr. Talmage was equally distinguished and efficient in every part of the missionary's work, whether in preaching the Word, or translating the Scriptures, or creating a Christian literature, or training native workers.

But the rebuff did not dishearten Dr. Talmage.

Dr. Talmage always kept himself in touch with the Church at home by correspondence or by personal intercourse.

but I think that none of them, neither Abeel nor Thompson, surpassed Dr. Talmage in any of the qualities, natural or acquired, which go to make an accomplished missionary of the cross.

JOHN VAN NEST TALMAGE, D.D. BY REV.

JOHN M. FERRIS, D.D., [Editor of the "Christian Intelligencer" and ex-Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions of the American Reformed Church.] Circumstances which tested character, ability, and attainments brought me into intimate relations with Rev. Dr. John V. N. Talmage.

Dr. Talmage was a Christian and a Christian gentleman everywhere and always.

J. V. N. TALMAGE, D.D. We have recently received letters making inquiries concerning the Relations of the Missionaries of the English Presbyterian Church, and of the American Reformed Church to the Tai-hoey

By Thomas DeWitt Talmage Moody, Dwight Lyman, What Think ye of Christ? Morgan, George Campbell, The Perfect Ideal of Life Motive, The Permanent, in Missionary Work.

SEE Starnes, George Talmage.

JOHNSON, TALMAGE C. The Christian differential.

Talmage C. Johnson (A); 9Mar64; R333311.

LEFLER, HUGH TALMAGE.

The growth of North Carolina, by Albert Ray Newsome & Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Jennie Newsome Smythe, Julie Newsome Quackenbush (C) & Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 29Feb68; R430321.

LEFLER, HUGH TALMAGE.

NEWSOME, ALBERT RAY. The growth of North Carolina, by Albert Ray Newsome & Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Jennie Newsome Smythe, Julie Newsome Quackenbush (C) & Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 8Dec69; R474465.

NICHOLS, TALMAGE.

Woodworking workbook for high schools, by Talmage Nichols & Harold L. Stiles.

Talmage Nichols & Harold L. Stiles (A); 8Dec69; R474112.

SEE NICHOLS, TALMAGE.

By Albert Ray Newsome & Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Jennie Newsome Smythe & Julie Newsome Quackenbush (C) & Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 23Sep74; R585899.

Edited by Hugh Talmage Lefler & Aubrey Lee Brooks.

Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 17Feb76; R625979.

Edited by Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 17Feb76; R625982. R625983.

By Oscar Theodore Barck, Jr., Walter L. Wakefield & Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Oscar Theodore Barck, Jr. & Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 22Dec77; R681365.

SEE Starnes, George Talmage.

JOHNSON, TALMAGE C. The Christian differential.

Talmage C. Johnson (A); 9Mar64; R333311.

LEFLER, HUGH TALMAGE.

The growth of North Carolina, by Albert Ray Newsome & Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Jennie Newsome Smythe, Julie Newsome Quackenbush (C) & Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 29Feb68; R430321.

SEE NICHOLS, TALMAGE.

Edited by Hugh Talmage Lefler & Aubrey Lee Brooks.

Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 17Feb76; R625979.

Edited by Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 17Feb76; R625982. R625983.

By Oscar Theodore Barck, Jr., Walter L. Wakefield & Hugh Talmage Lefler.

Oscar Theodore Barck, Jr. & Hugh Talmage Lefler (A); 22Dec77; R681365.

Residents on Talmage Ave that are directly behind the one building that burned also were not allowed back home yet, according to Rivenbark.

A subsequent biography by Sexton likewise does not mention Ehrlich or Talmage (5).