My Search for Truth is Henry Thomas Hamblin's autobiographical trek searching for truth in God. From early childhood to adulthood and becoming one of the forerunners of the New Thought Movement Hamblin takes us on his journey of discovery.
My earliest recollections carry me back to the time when I was being prompted by Mother as I stumblingly said the child's prayer 'Gentle Jesus, meek and mild, look upon a little child, pity my simplicity, suffer me to come to Thee'.
I also remember my father taking me for walks and showing me various wild flowers, and telling me how to recognize the songs of the different birds, for being a countryman he knew them all.
He told me stories about Jesus and what He did and said while on earth. He taught me, too, to sing the hymn: 'When mothers of Salem, their children brought to Jesus'. I used to think a lot about Jesus.
He was very real to me and I greatly wished that I could see Him, and be like the children of Salem whom He took in His arms and blessed. It would have been lovely, I thought.
My Search for Truth includes Volume 1 & 2 of Hamblin's original set.
|Publisher:||Bottom of the Hill Publishing|
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