Mary Capper (1755-1845) was raised up in the strict observance of the rites and ceremonies of the church of England, but found her heart longing for a greater experience of the inward life and power of the gospel. Upon being convinced of the principles of Friends, she was told by her father “not to return to the parental roof” until she would conform to the religious education that she had been given. But finding that true peace of mind depended upon simple obedience to the Lord’s requirements, she continued in faithful adherence to the way of the cross, and in time could boldly testify that “every sacrifice made in obedience, was rewarded a hundred fold.”

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A Memoir of Mary Capper
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A Memoir of Mary Capper

Mary Capper

A Memoir of Mary Capper

by: Mary Capper

Mary Capper (1755-1845) was raised up in the strict observance of the rites and ceremonies of the church of England, but found her heart longing for a greater experience of the inward life and power of the gospel. Upon being convinced of the principles of Friends, she was told by her father “not to return to the parental roof” until she would conform to the religious education that she had been given. But finding that true peace of mind depended upon simple obedience to the Lord’s requirements, she continued in faithful adherence to the way of the cross, and in time could boldly testify that “every sacrifice made in obedience, was rewarded a hundred fold.”

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