John Lehmanowsky was born in Warsaw in 1773 to a Jewish family, and as a young man he converted to Christianity. Through a series of events he became known to Napoleon, and took part in many campaigns including the destruction of the Inquisition at Madrid. He escaped from Austerlitz, and later prison. As an immigrant to the US, he served the church in many ways, and was a friend to Lafayette, Henry Clay, and others.
“Was it not Sir Walter Scott who said, ‘I hate to love a dog, he lives so short a life?’ Yet Sir Walter did love dogs with rare devotion, as the traditions of Abbotsford, as well as much that he himself has written, affirm.
On This Page Jack London’s Call of the Wild From the Introduction Contents (172 pages) About the Author – Egerton R. Young Download the eBook Jack London’s Call of the Wild My Dogs in the Northland (1902) was used as source material by the author Jack London for his novel “The Call of the Wild_ (1903).
“Our God says: ‘I not only freely forgive, but as for your sins, I have cast them behind my back.’
On This Page Luther and a Friend Vain Repetition? Chapters “Lord, teach us to pray.” Download the eBook Luther and a Friend “Luther was once walking with a friend through a country full of beauty, and both being deeply impressed with the loveliness of nature, as her charms lay before their eyes and spoke to their appreciative hearts, the friend said, “Earth, in its beauty, is a paradise.
The Christian Church is in reality as old as the world itself. It has existed ever since the creation of man; for there always have been true believers, who have done God’s will on earth, and who have gone to heaven when they died. And all these have been saved through faith in Christ. The church history of the time before the coming of Christ is the history of the Jews, God’s chosen people, as recorded in the Old Testament.