Rowlandson - E87 .R885 1856

3o Narrative of forest. My head was light and dizzy, (either through hunger or bad lodging, or trouble, or all together,) my knees feeble, my body raw by setting double night and day, that I cannot express to man the affliction that lay upon my spirit, but the Lord helped me at that time to express it to himself. I opened my Bible to read, and the Lord brought that precious scripture to me. ,7er. 31. 16. Thus faith the Lord, refrain thy voice from weeping, and thine eyes from tears, for thy work fhall be rewarded, and they l'hall come again from the land of the enemy. This was a sweet cordial to me; when I was ready to faint, many and many a time have I sat down and wept sweetly over this scripture. At this place we continued about four days.