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“The son usually followed his father to church, though he sometimes accompanied his mother; and during week-day evenings he had the double advantage of going to prayer-meeting with the one, and to class-meeting with the other.”
“He would have liked to ask her to the class-meeting at Squire Perkins ', but he was afraid to; she would think it beneath her to go among those country folks.”
“Immediately after this they go to class-meeting at the Methodist Church.”
“On every Tuesday I send out all women except three, at three o'clock, to invite our neighbours to our class-meeting.”
“The department of usefulness in which she chiefly delighted, and for which she was pre-eminently qualified, was, perhaps, the class-meeting; upon this service she entered at first with considerable hesitation, but eventually conducted three large classes, besides forming several others.”
“I took a walk to the village, and called to see Miss H. on my way to the class-meeting.”
“-- A good class-meeting -- after which I went to visit the widows; four more persons came in.”
“The words were those of that old Latin hymn of Saint Bernard, which, in its English dress, has thrilled many a Methodist class-meeting and many a Puritan conference, telling, in the welcome they meet in each Christian soul, that there is”
“On the third anniversary of their graduation, the first class-meeting takes place; and the first happy father is presented with a silver cup, suitably inscribed.”
“A little thrill swept over the "queer" class-meeting.”
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