A Memorial: Spiritual Exercises and Birthday Thoughts, Etc., of the late Maggie Budge (Olrig Street, Thirso) Together with The Absence of the Sense of Sin in Present-Day Religion by Rev. James S. Sinclair
By Maggie Budge
The memory of the just is blessed, and the memory of one such soul, made just by the perfect righteousness of her Saviour - Jesus Christ, is perpetuated in this little booklet. Maggie Budge was a native of Scotland, during the second half of the 19th century. Though she died when aged just 32, she was a deeply taught soul. Her writings resound with the experimental emphasis of the well-known ministers of the Northern Highlands. To Maggie's account is added a piece by James S. Sinclair, The Absence of Sin in Present-Day Religion, which highlights one of the things which separates the experimental religion of the past from much that passes for religion in our present day. The Huntingtonian Press 2017. 43 pages.
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