Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 15 come with so many difficulties. But the Lord renewed my strength still, and car- ried me along, that I might see more of his power, yea so much that I could never have thought of, had I not ex- perienced it. After this it quickly began to snow, and when night came on, they stopt : and now down I must sit in the snow, by a little fire, and a few boughs be- hind me, with my sick child in my lap, and calling much for water, being now (through the wound) fallen into a vio- lent fever. My own wound also grow- ing so stiff; that I could scarce sit down or rise up, yet so it must be, that I must sit all this cold winter night, upon the cold snowy ground, with my sick child in my arms, looking that every hour would be the last of its life; and having no christian friend near me, either to comfort or help me. Oh I may see the wonderful power of God, that my