Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

Mrs. Rowlandfon. 27 with God for deliverance 2 They told me they did as they were able, and it was some comfort to me, that the Lord stir- red up children to look to him. The woman, viz : good-wife Toslin told me she should never see me again, and that she could find in her heart to run away by any means, for we were near thirty miles from any English town, and she very big with child, having but one week to reckon, and another child in her arms two years old, and bad rivers there were to go over, and we were feeble with our poor and coarse entertainments. I had my Bible with me, I pulled it out, and asked her whether she would read; we opened the Bible, and lighted on Psal. 27, in which Psalm we espec- ially took notice of that verse, Wait on the Lord, be of good courage, and he shall ftrengthen thine heart, wait I fay on the Lord.