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By J.R. Miller

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   Chapter 1 - The Wedded Life - Homes are the divinely ordained fountains of life. It is not by accident, that people live in families, rather than solitarily. The human race began i
   Chapter 2 - The Christian Husband - Each member of the household has a part in the family life, and the fullest happiness and blessedness of the home can be attained, only when each one'
   Chapter 3 - The Christian Wife - It is a high honor for a woman to be chosen from among all womankind, to be the wife of a godly and true man. She is lifted up to be a crowned queen.
   Chapter 4 - The Parent's Part - God has so constituted us, that in loving and caring for our own children--the richest and best things in our natures are drawn out. Many of the deepe
   Chapter 5 - The Children's Part - "What would I not give," said Charles Lamb, "to call my dear mother back to earth for a single day, to ask her pardon, upon my knees, for all those ac
   Chapter 6 - Brothers and Sisters - One warm spring day, a gentleman tore down an outbuilding that had stood for thirty years. When all the rubbish had been cleared away, the spot looked
   Chapter 7 - The Home-life - In a quiet nook among the hills, where great forest trees interlock their branches and form a deep shade--a little stream takes its rise. As it spring
   Chapter 8 - Religion in the Home - A German sculptor occupied eight years in making a marble statue of Christ. When he had worked two years upon it, the work seemed to be finished. To t
   Chapter 9 - Home Memories - We are all making in our todays--the memories of our tomorrows. Whether these shall be pleasant or painful to contemplate, depends on whether we are l

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