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GOD AND I
A MANUAL OF PRAYERS, DEVOTIONS
Marefully composed or selected. and adapted for use in
THE C. WILDERMANN CO.
ough the Victory Book Campaign
Bishop of Ogdensburg
Copyright, 1895, by J. H. Conroy
All rights reserved
E beholds thee wherever thou art. He calls thee by thy name. He sees thee. He understands thee. He knows all thy own peculiar feelings and thoughts, thy weakness, thy strength. He views thee in thy day of rejoicing and thy day of sorrow. He notes thy very countenance. He hears thy voice, the beatings of thy heart, thy very breathing. Thou dost not love thyself better than He loves thee. Thou canst not shrink from pain more than He dislikes thy bearing it. And-He is God.
The Manner of Lay Persons Baptizing an Infant in Danger of Death.
Take common water, pour it on the head or face of the child, and while you are pouring it, say the following words:
"I baptize thee in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost."
? NOTE. Any person, whether man, woman or child, may baptize an infant in case of danger of death.