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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Watch--Work--Wait, by Sarah A. Myers

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Title: Watch--Work--Wait
Or, The Orphan's Victory

Author: Sarah A. Myers

Release Date: July 27, 2005 [EBook #16367]

Language: English

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[Illustration: WILLIAM AT HIS MOTHER'S GRAVE.

Taking a piece of paper and a pencil from his pocket, he
drew a sketch of the little square where his loved ones
slept.]




WATCH-WORK-WAIT;

or,

THE ORPHAN'S VICTORY.

by SARAH A. MYERS.


"Blessed is the man that trusteth in Him.... They that seek
the Lord shall not want any good thing."--PSALM xxxiv.

London:

T. Nelson and Sons, Paternoster Row; Edinburgh; and New
York.

MDCCCLXII.



This little volume contains a simple record of the trials and
temptations which a poor orphan boy passed through a few years since.
It teaches that best of lessons,--the need of Divine help in the
battle of life. It shows that a child may attain a beautiful character
amid great trials and great evils.

The author assures us that the incidents in this delightful story are
real occurrences. Some of them are "stranger than fiction;" yet they
are not fancies, but facts.




CHAPTER I.

WILLIAM'S FIRST GRIEF.


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