Hall, Newman – Leaves of Healing from the Garden of Grief

GETHSEMANE—Leaves of Healing from the Garden of Grief
by Newman Hall, 1891
This Book is the fulfillment of a long-cherished purpose. It expresses the thoughts and prayers of many years, and is published with devout desire to minister consolation to some of the afflicted children of God.
1. The Place Called Gethsemane
2. Companions in Gethsemane
3. The Chosen Few for the Darkest Shades
4. The Agony in Gethsemane
5. The Agony Arising from Human Sensitiveness
6. The Agony Arising from Divine Purity and Love
7. Christ’s Gethsemane Appeal to the Father
8. The Divine Fatherhood—an Argument both for Importunity and Resignation
9. Importunity in Gethsemane
10. Resignation in Gethsemane
11. Slumber in Gethsemane
12. Watch and Pray in Gethsemane
13. The Strengthening Angel
14. The Answer to the Prayer of Gethsemane
15. Deliverance in Trial by Strength to do the Will of God
16. The Traitor’s Kiss
17. The Father’s Cup in Gethsemane Accepted
18. Perfect through Suffering
19. The Brotherhood of the Divine Sufferer
20. The Brotherhood of the Sorrowful with Christ
21. The Weeping One of Gethsemane to Weeping Womanhood
22. The Petitioner of Gethsemane Our Helper in Prayer
23. Peace by Prayer
24. Believing Prayer Sure of Gracious Response
25. The Mourner’s Self-Examination
26. Anxiety
27. Job in the Garden of Grief
28. David in the Garden of Grief
30. With Christ All’s Well
31. Paul in the Garden of Grief
32. Fatherly Chastening
33. Fruits from the Garden of Affliction
34. Afterwards
35. Patient Waiting
36. Comfort in the Will of God
37. The Comfort of Praise
38. The Sufferer Consoling the Sad
39. Not Dead but Gone Home
40. The Glorified Sufferer
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Date:June 6, 2016