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The Delightful Land
There the Best and Sweetest in Life is Realized
Sermon by tb "Highway and Byway" Preacher
Chicago, Sunday, . . 1SC8.
Text: "Teach me to do Thy will; for
Thou art my God; Thy Spirit is good; lead
me into the Land 01 uprightness." rsaim
ID you know there
was such a land?
And would you not
like to summer
there? There is
such a land. The
sun shines bright
er there; the birds
sine more sweet
ly; the flowers ex
hale the perfume
of Heaven and are
tinted with dainty
hues which are mixed on the palette of
the anaels under the euidine eye of
God; the grass,-how fresh and green!
the trees, how IdVfully they wave their
branches In the swaying breezes, and
movetheir spreading leaves to whis
pered songs of praise! the lakes, how
placid and cool as the boats ride safely
upon their bosom and glide hither and
thither! the streams, how they sing
over the rocks and pebbles and lave the
feet as one sits upon the bank! the gur
gling springs, how they sparkle as they
leap from their cool hidden depths and
gain the sunshine and man's need! the
insects in the air, from the great
dragon flies down to the tiniest speck
which microscope reveals as a mar-
v.elously perfect little creature of God's
handiwork! the tiny creature nesting
in the grasses and amongst the leaves,
building whole cities and manifesting
an activity and industry which Is phe
nomenal! the beasts of field and forest,
as they roam at will or serve the needs
of man! all Nature in the Land of Up
Tightness Js fuller, more wonderful,
more interesting:! Who is there to
whom the summer does not come with
wooing voice and lure away somewhere
Into the restful depths of Nature's
realm? Who is there who is so dead
to the perennial freshness and charm
of Dame Nature that there comes no
longing to gain a closer intimacy with
her during the vacation rest? Man
universally delights in the restfulness
and freshness of Nature, but nowhere is
Nature found with so manifold charms
and such sanctifying influences as in
the Land of Uprightness. The one who
6teps from the land of the Natural Self
Into the Land of Uprightness is heard
to exclaim with exultant voice: I
never knew the sun was so glorious, its
light so full; the songs of the birds so
like Heavenly music, and the rustle of
the leaves and the hum of nature so like
angels' wings! the grace and beauty
and variety of the flowers of the field
so evidently betokening the impress of
the Divine hand! It's a new world!"
Dear friend, did you know there was
such a land as the Land of Uprightness,
and that in that land old things are
passed away and all things become
new? Did you know that it was your
privilege to walk there, and that until
you do you are missing untold joy, and
privilege, and blessing? It Is only in
the Land of Uprightness that you can
realize your best and highest. Then
let us go into the Land of Uprightness
THE other day i noticed in the
hands of a young lady sitting op
posite to me in the train a transporta
tion" folder gotten up in attractive
form, describing summer resorts and
giving information as to the roads and
steamboats leading thereto. She was
deeply absorbed, and one did not need
to be told that she was planning her
vacation outing. The claims of the
various places as to attractions and I
advantages were evidently being care
fully considered. She wanted to go to
the place where she could have the
best time. The location of the place
to which she felt she would go was
carefully noted on the map, and the
route over which she would travel
was picked out It was a matter of
the greatest importance to her at that
time. She was utterly lost to all
about her, so absorbed was she in the
thought of going away. When we
speak of the Land of Uprightness our
first query is as to its location. Where
is the Land of Uprightness? We next
want to know what attractions and ad
vantages that land has to offer over
the land In which we are now dwell
ing; and then we want to know how
to get there. As I sat and looked at
that young lady so absorbed in the
thought of going away and planning
for that outing, I could not help won
dering whether she would be as in
terested in the Land of Uprightness
as she was in the resort she contem
plated visiting, and would as careful
ly and eagerly consider the means of
getting there as the did in picking out
her route to the tormer ilace. There
is a Land of Uprightness, as the words
of our text imply. I wonder if you
will be interested In hearing of that
land? I wonder if you feel an unsat
isfied need of the soul which will make
you eager to search out its location?
I wonder if you will be willing to make
preparation for the journey and to
travel over the road which leads to
TS Location. Where is the Land of
Uprightness? David said in his
haste that allmen are liars, and you
may in your haste declare that surely
there is no place on this earth which
is so rent and torn and troubled by
human distress, and crime, selfishness
and wrong-doing where it could be
located; that it must be in Heaven.
Heaven is the abode of the redeemed
and the angels, but the Land of Up
rightness is the place in this life where
the soul abides in the will of God and
is led by His Spirit. "It Is in men's
hearts, then," you exclaim. And we
reply: Yes and no. It is in men's
hearts as an Inner experience, and It
is all about them in outward, practical
contact with the world and the people
of the world. One does not need to
take Jacob's ladder or borrow Gabriel's
wings to scale the heights and gain
the borders of the Land of Upright
ness. It is not far away from the
busy rush of life. It Is not on the
mountain-top of transfiguration nor in
the seventh heaven of Paul's experi
ence. I le within tfc$ confines pf the.
1903, by J. M. Edson.)
'sphere in which you already live and
move andhave your being. It may be
an undiscovered land to you. Oh, how
many, many, many people in this
world are rushing pell-mell through
life to blackness and despair at the
end, without ever coming to realize
that just at hand is the Land of Up
Tightness, In which is joy and peace
and satisfaction, and true success! ,
I IK inhabitants of the Land of TJp-
1 Tightness are faithfully described
in the First Psalm. ' They are they who
walk not in the counsel of the ungodly.
nor stand in the way of sinners, nor sit
in the seat of the scornful. Their de
light is in the law of the Lord and in
His law do they meditate day and night.
They are like a tree planted by the rivers
of water, that bringeth forth his fruit
in his season; his leaf does not wither.
and whatsoever he doeth prospereth.
Abel dwelt In that land, and when the
jealous hand of his brother struck him
down, he quickly passed over to the Joys
and peace of the land where tears are un
known and sorrow and pain have given
place to joy of heart and peace of life.
Enoch walked with God in the Land of
Uprightness, and one day when enjoy
ing the companionship of the dear Lord
he wandered over the line, and never
came back. Noah lived in the Land of
Uprightness, but at that time he was
about its only inhabitant. The god
less inhabitants of the world were as
unconscious of the existence of the
Land of Uprightness as the blind fish
of Mammoth Cave are Ignorant of the
blessed sunshine and the glad bird bath
ing in its light. But notwithstanding
that Noah had a pretty lonesome time
of it as related to human associations, he
found in the end that it paid to dwell
there. Abraham was content to abide
In the Land of Uprightness, where
God's will controlled and His Spirit
led, but Lot, who knew the Land
of Uprightness, and ought to have
remained a resident thereof, lift
ed up his eyes, and, beholding the
glitter and show and surface pleasures
of the Land of the Natural Self, he wan
dered off to its distractions, and God's
angels had hard work rescuing him
later from the destruction which over
took a portion of that godless land. And
we have not space to tell of all the
others who dwelt in the Land of Up
rightness, as enumerated in the Scrip
tures. Nor have we time to review the
grand army which has passed through
this land into the better land since
Christ first drew His disciples about
Him and commissioned them to go into
all the world and tell of this Land of
Uprightness, and draw thereto all who
would listen to the glad message and
turn from the Land of the Natural Self,
whose borders are adjacent to the outer
darkness of eternal death, and to the
edge of the bottomless pit.
E have declared the Land of Up-
rlghtness to be a place of joy, of
peace, oi satisraction, or true success,
and you ask, in haste: "Is sorrow
never known, then, by its inhabitants?
do trouble and distress and hardship
and suffering never come with their
burdens? are there never any ungrati-
fied longings and desires? are all
those who dwell in that land prosper
ous and influential, as the world
counts success and power?" No, you
misunderstand us. When man plans
with God and measures conditions
with Him, the trials and afflictions of
this present world which are encoun
tered in the Land of Uprightness ' are
as nothing "to be compared with the
glory which shall be revealed in us."
Jesus in the Laud of Uprightness suf
fered. He knew what it was to be in
want; He was despised and rejected
of men; He was buffeted and crucified,
yet at the close of His life He talked
to His disciples of the joy and peace
which He had found in the Land of
Uprightness, and then said: "My peace
I leave with you, My joy shall be in
you." And in prophetic declaration of
His own experience and what the test
of true disclpleship was to be, He said:
"They shall deliver you up to be af
flicted, and shall kill you; and ye shall
be hated of all nations for My name's
sake," but at the very beginning of
His ministry He said: "Blessed are
ye, when men shall revile you and
persecute you, and say all manner of
evil against you falsely, for My sake.
Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for
great is your reward In Heaven; for
so persecuted they the prophets which
were before you." And as we follow
the history of the disciples of the cross
of Jesus Christ from the stoning of
Stephen at Jerusalem down through
the long list of martyrs to the present
day in which persecution from with
out, and trial and hardship and suffer
ing from within, are experienced, we
see that In the Land of Uprightness
it is not peace and joy and ease as
the world counts those things, but it
is peace and joy and satisfaction to
the one who is abiding in the will of
God, for the soul knows that just
ahead is the blessed consummation of
God's purposes, and the grace of God
Is found sufficient for every need. Yes,
in the Land of Uprightness trials and
afflictions await you, but in all these
things you may be more than con
queror ..through Him Who loved you
and gave Himself for you. In the
Land of the Natural Self, all the bur
dens and trials of life have to be borne
alone and they crush into despair and
the grave, but in the' Land of Upright
ness the Saviour yokes Himself up
with you and your burden and bears
the heaviest end. He never suffers
you to be tested beyond your strength.
i i TT OW is it, Eliza," asked her mis
11 tress, "that you are always so
cheerful and contented and happy? I
cannot' understand it. Your life has
been filled with sorrow, and privation
and trouble. You lost your parents
and brother and sister through the
fever epidemic which swept your
town; you lost your property because
of the avarice of the parties who held
the mortgage upon it; your relatives
turned against you in the hour of your
need, and since then trial and perse
cution have eeemeij to follQW you.
How Is It that you are so cheerful and
sweet in the face of It all?" And Eliza
tried to tell her mistress so she would
understand how it was Jesus helped
her; how, as she walked in the will
of God, all things worked together for
her good, even though she could not
underetand it all. Eliza dwelt In the
Land of Uprightness. It was where
God was. It was where human experl
ences were lost In His eternal pur
poses. It Is the only land where true
Joy and peace and contentment are
known. Do you not want to go Into
TF IT is such a desirable summer land
I of the soul. It must be worth the
lourney to reach it. You do not hesi
tate to undertake the trip to the summer
resort, where you expect to spend your
vacation. You do not ask to know all the
experiences and delighU of the place be
fore you have reached It. You know
you must take the journey first before
you can prove all the attractions and ad
vantages which Iiave been ascribed to
the placo. Knowing this, why should
you be so unreasonable as to demand
that you experience the joy, and peace.
and contentment of the Land of Upright
ness, before you have taken the journey
thereto? You cannot eater the land.
you may not prove its charms, until you
have traveled from the Land of Natural
Self over the route which God has
laid out. The first step in the journey
is looking Into the mirror of God's per
fect righteousness, and realizing that
you are a sinner in His sight. "For all
have sinned and come short of the glory
of God." The next step is realization
of the lost condition of the soul. "For
the soul that sinneth, it shall die." The
next step in the Journey to the Land of
Uprightness is true repentance for sin,
"Repent! Bring forth, therefore, fruits
meet for repentance." The next step
brings one to the cross, where the de
spairing look of the soul is turned to one
of joy as it beholds the Christ bearing
its sin in His body upon the tree. As
with Bunyan's Christian, the vision
loosens the bands which have bound
the terrible load of sin to the soul, and
it drops out of sight, forever. Then,
with the lighter step of faith in the
only begotten Son of God, Christ Jesus
our Lord, the journey to the Land of
Uprightness is quickly completed, and
then, and not until then, is the soul pre
pared to understand or enjoy the bless
edness of that wonderful land. Then
it is that the sun shines brighter, the
birds carol more sweetly, the flowers are
arrayed in more gorgeous hues, and all
the appearance of the world and the
aspect of life are changed.
QOME wonderful things take place as
w one gets over into ine iana oi up
rightness. There was that person whom
you never could like while you dwelt
In the Land of Natural Self. You even
hated him for some unkindness or
wrong, but when your feet rest within
the Land of Uprightness, and your
prayer is: "Teach me to do Thy will,"
then your bitterness is changed to love,
and you hear Jesus whisper in yourear:
Love your enemies, do good unto them
which despitefuliy use you." In- the
town of M. were two merchants
in the same line of business. Their
stores were within a stone's throw of
each other. These two merchants dwelt
in the Land of the Natural Self, and
great bitterness had sprung up between
them, as their rivalry in business gave
rise to real or imaginary wrongs be
ing suffered on the part of each from
the other. Each would have been glad
to have seen the other swept to bank
ruptcy and ruin, and each would have
done what he could, that was short of
the really criminal, to bring this to
pass. Thus matters stood, when, by the
mercy and Providence of God, one of
these merchants traveled the road which
led to the Land of Uprightness. And
there, after a struggle with his old na
ture, and the bitterness which had ruled
his conduct toward his rival, he found
the hatred changed to love, his desire
to .see his rival ruined changed to a
loncine to have him saved, too. Tlie
story is too long to tell in detail, but
the result of it was that from the Land
of Uprightness this man dealt with his
rival, and won him over at last to the
same blessed relationship to God and
Jesus Christ. And this is only one of
the manifold changes which take place
when the soul enters the Land of Up
AND do those who enter the Land of
Uprightness never stray? Yes,
sad to say! they do. There are those who
"leave the pattis of uprightness to walk
In the ways of darkness." Faith's vi
sion becomes dimmed, the eyes are
taken from tne onward, upward look
towards God and the Eternal City,
whose spires may always be seen from
the Land of Uprightness, and, like the
backward gaze of Lot's wife, the soul
turns toward the things of the world.
The "Lust of the eye, the pride of life,"
are allowed to rule the life, and lead the
feet into the ways of darkness. And
those who have wandered'f rom the Land
of Uprightness, are they left to perish?
No. The Lord never forsakes tnem tnat
are His. He goes out after the wander
ing sheep, even as the shepherd on the
mountain side searches for the sheep
or lamb missing from the fold. He '
searches until He finds the wandering
one. He brings it back with him. Dear
soul, are you wandering from the Land
Df Uprigjitnes8, which you entered with
uch joy weeks or months or years ago?
Jesus is looking for you this very minute,
while you read these words. He is ready
to forgive. He will receive you back
again. Oh, the Land of Uprightness is
the only safe and beautiful and satisfy-
ineland! Let us enter it! Letusabide
Travel in New Torlc City-
In New York city last year the sur
face and elevated lines carried about
twice as many passengers as were car
ried by all the Kteam railways of the
United States combined. The number
of passengers in New York was about
1,200,000,000, of whom the surface rail
ways carried about 80 per cent. Last
year the people of New York paid out
for rides upon the surface and elevated
lines the snug sum of M8.000.000, or
about one-eighth the gross passenger
earnings of all the steam railways in
"What does that red yarn around your
wrist signify?" said Trivvet to Dicer.
"That's to remind me to take coffee
home this evening."
"And what does the yarn around your
left wrist mean?"
'That's to remind me that there i
yarn on my right wrist." Judga.
Whw Tfcer. Waa to Be an Ami
bile a n Ambulance Waa
"TWs," said the dramatist, -who was elab-
"aung me scenario ox nis new jiay to tne
a realistic society drama. I he heroine
makes a thnlunir entrance in an auto.
"What does she do then?" asked the man-
"Why. of course ehe meets the hero am
the villain and the eoubrette and the rest.
and toe play goes on to tee usual happy
"Well, you start realistically enough, but
you weaicen on your nnisti.
"How's that? asked the puzzled play
wright. If she s going to come in or an auto she
and a few of the rest oueht to make their
exit in an ambulance.
lie Feels Good.
Caddo. Kv., July 20th. "1 believe I
could climb a mountain without drawing a
long breath, is the way William Jiali, ol
this place, describe how be is leeliue.
As Mr. Ball has been on the sick list for
a long time, this declaration from him
comes aa quite a surprise.
When aiked to explain how he had become
so strone in such a short time, he savs
"I did have Kidney Trouble very bad, in
fact 1 had to tret ud four or five times every
night to urinate. , I had shortness of
breath which distressed jne terribly, x was
badly used up. and Was really of no ac
count for anything.
"I used three boxes of Dodd's Kidney
Fills, and that s what has made me well. J
can leep all nicht without havinz to get up
I feel splendid and as 1 said before. I be
neve I could climb a mountain without
v ins uiu iy mi
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