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A Prayer For A Horse.





"My horse died, and, after traveling through the snow-drifts to my
appointments, till I was lame, half sick, and unfit for service--as I
had not means to purchase a horse, I thought of quitting the work and
going to teaching, and laid the matter before God, in prayer; soon after
which, some person at a distance, who heard that I had lost my horse,
without my saying a word about it, raised the means by which I procured
another."





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