Jackson was not a religious man when he came to Lexington.
Lexington Came Religious Man
Our gloomy Presbyterian ideas encourage fear of God, not love for him.
Him God Gloomy
Train our children to love God.
Love God Our
Let our children be taught love love love.
Taught Children Love
There was a nuisance in the service known as the army correspondent.
Those who have happy homes seldom turn out badly.
But the admiration for Jackson was by no means confined to his own soldiers and to his own section.
Jackson went from the professor's chair to the officer's saddle. He carried with him the very elements of character which made him odious as a teacher; but I never saw him in an arbitrary mood.
Saddle Went Which