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|The Dealings of God, Man, and the Devil, as Exemplified in the Life, Experience and Travels of Lorenzo Dow, in a Period of Over Half a Century: ... To Which Is Added the Vicissitudes of Life
by Lorenzo Dow
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The account given by Lorenzo of his conversion is characteristic of himself. 1 - He was as yet a youth. Already had he been warned by more than one sin I gular dream, which he relates with characteristic minuteness. Among other things which tended to awaken him, was an assurance that he imagined himself to have received from the Prophet Nathan in a dream - though in this' case, his dream did not come true - that he should live only to the age of twenty-two. About this time there was much talk about the people called Methodists, who were lately come into the western parts of New England. Some said they were the deceivers that were to come in the last time. Some, on the other hand, said they were a very good sort of people. A preacher of this zealous sect come into the neighborhood. Lorenzo went to the door and looked in to see a Methodist, but to my surprise, says he, he appeared like other men I After hearing two sermons, Lorenzo became the subject of deep and pungent conviction. I durst not stir for some time, says he, for fear I should tum ble into hell. My sins and the damnable nature of them, were in a moment exhibited to my view.
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