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August ii, 1909.
spend a saved and exal will as shown me by th a trying to earn and d Or am I doing these tl and belief that I am s; ness of God to me throi strained by the Spirit t< through faith? After an hour of sel attained that I know w persuaded that He is ai committed unto Him t: dependence upon Him f flesh. I submit my wil this poor sinful body < ing Him for salvation s given. I submit my introsp< dren, for there is a subs tbe heart of many.?Th THE RAD] The reason some mer because their horizon is unable to see how much of an ant is a circle of al That is all he is able tc six and one-half feet hig tended vision ; while the .ter conception of things. It is much the same education will cover the is three-fourths of an i inches of ignorance su makes the mistake of tl that he does not know. I ers that he is in contac miles of ignorance, and The more one studies discovers about the fie convinced that what he what there is to know. It is only the ignorant and as a rule, the less i the more cock-sure he i ion. The man who boa miuwicu^c in ay uc put ninety-nine cases out of no escap: A sense of duty pursu like the Diety. If we t the morning and dwell sea, duty performed or for our happiness or our ness shall cover us, in tl obligations are yet with power nor fly from their in this life, will be wit! scene of inconceivable : *1 ? ? ?? iner onwara, we snail s by the consciousness of has been violated, and may have given us grac< ster. THE PRESBYTERIA* Ited life in submission to His e Holy Spirit; or is there still leserve iomething from Him? lings because of a knowledge ived by the undeserved kindiigh Jesus Christ, and am cono testify of salvation by grace f-examination. the position is rhom I have believed and am blc to keep that which I have intil that day, and in humble or help, and no trusting in the 1 to His guidance as much as can do in this world. Prais0 dearly bought and so freely cction to other of God's chilstitution of works for grace in e Christian Intelligencer. [US OF VISION. 1 think they know so much is so circumscribed that they are there is to know. The world xmt one-half inch in diameter. ? see at one time. An animal jh will have a much more ex; eagle would have a still betwith men. The man whose area of a circle whose radius nch, touches only about five rrounding the circle, and he hinking that five inches is all f the radius is a mile he discovt with about six and one-half so on all the way up the scale, in any field, the more lit Id and the more he becomes knows is but a small part of who boast of their knowledge, i man Knows aoout a subject, s that he is right in his opinsts of his learning and of his down as a 22-calibre; and in a hundred, he is short at that. > [i . iLL E FROM DUTY. es us ever. It is omnipresent, ake to ourselves the wings of in the uttermost parts of the duty violated is still with us, misery. If we say the darkle darkness as in the light our us. We can not escape their r presence. They are with us i us at its close; and in that solemnity which lies yet fartill find ourselves surrounded duty, to pain us so far as it to console us so far as God ; to perform it.?Daniel Web - : * I OF THE SOUTH* VACATION Tt Suggestions for Past< The Rev. R. J. Campbell, turned from a holiday in Swi mon at the City Temple that Switzerland he would like to gation. It was not impossib did organizations connected could arrange such a holiday mnr U r. 1-4 ?? *1 ...vi. xxt ?wiiiu iiiciuiun 11 a was possible for the church a a holiday together. Here is a good text for a ft?rmon. It was used by Dr. J Proverbs 10:5?"He that ga wise son." APAR' Come ye yourselves apart am Weary, I know it, of the p Wipe from your brow the sv And in My quiet strength ? Come ye aside from all the For converse which the wor Alone with Me, and with Mj With Me and with My Fs Come, tell me all that ye ha' Your victories and failures, I know how hardly souls are My choicest wreaths are al Come ye and rest: the journt And ye will faint beside th< The bread of life is here fo And here for you the wine Then fresh from converse wi And work till daylight sofl The brief hours are not lost More of your Master and I No Time to Be Al Come ye yourselves apart ii 6, 31. In these days of hurry selves face to face with a t( this?no time to be alone \v these last days, is running i called the "age of progress," with the times. So the world the world has not confined it alas, to be found among the s is the result? Tlie result is n God, and this is immediately tion to be alone with God. . many call it, is of an importai valued. On scanning the pre we find that God's mighty m been in "the school of God," i ply this?in the rlpcprt o there they got their teaching, din of the haunts of men, tin God; there they were equipp when the time came that th< service for God their faces \ they had faces as lions; they yea, and victorious for God; won already in the desert wi II 0 IOUGHTS. ors in Vacation. of London, who has retzerland, said in his serthe next time he went to take the whole congrele, for there were splenwith the church which , perhaps for next sum gain, and see whether it md congregation to take midsummer or vacation fohn Hunter of Glasgow, thereth in summer is a r. d rest awhile, ress and throng, veat and dust of toil, igain be strong. world holds dear, Id has never known, j Father here, ither not alone. ve said and done, ? ( hopes and fears, wooed and won: ways wet with tears. sy is too great, 3 way and sink: r you to eat, of love to drink. th your Lord return, Lens into even: in which ye "learn lis rest in heaven. one with God. lto a desert place. Mark and bustle we find ourjrriblc danger, and it is ith God. The world, in ast; we live in what is and we must keep pace i savs. But this cnirit r?f self to the world. It is, aints of God. And what ot time to be alone with followed by no inclina. This "desert life," as ice that can not be overcious pages of Scripture len were those who had and His school was simwith Himself. It was Far removed from the ere they met alone with ?ed for the battle. And ty stood forth in public vere not ashamed?nay, were bold and fearless, for the battle had been th Him.