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East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Ne MrrMinM lHlid aslne nTt.d l full Wr ike wn The Mif la sot fer aabN-aUee. knlHU rr-mr9 of fx fell. Writ llnly. MADISON COUNTY Bobtowa (Too 1U for publication Ut week) , Bobtown, Jan. 2,3. Wa are having oma very cold waathar at present Brother Parker of Bare preached a very Interesting sermon at the achool house Sunday Miss Laorada Creek mra apart Friday night with EtU Burnt. George Biihop and wife ,of Coyla apent Saturday night with Fayette Jackson and wife. Mias Ag mua Lawson, who la going to achool at Bare, waa with home folka Sat urday and Sunday. Miss Nell Gay pent Sunday with Leorada Creek mora. Jim Neely, who haa been on the aick lint, ia Improving. Mra. Mat Baker of Big Hill ipent Sunday with her mother, Mra. Joe Creek more. MiM Loe Senda Haya took dinner with Mrs. Isaac Burns Satur day. A Mr. Hart of Berea will or ganise a Sunday-school at Bobtown, January 29, at 2:00 p. m. Everybody come and let's have a good achool again at this place. Miss Juan Jackson and Etta Bums spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Ethel and Rachel Wilson Mra. Asa Parks is still on the sick bat Little Robert Benge, who haa bean visiting hia grand par ents at Hugh, has coma home Mr and Mra. Isaac Burns, Coleman Kindred and Fayetta Jackson spent Miday with E. P. Benge and wife. Slate I.lrk Slate Lick, Jan. 29 We are Jiav in if aoma real winter weather with out much snow There ia a good deal of aickiwwe over the country, some thing like lagrippe. Abe Williams has moved from Joe Williams' place in the house with his son, Claude- Mrs. Nannie Pennington sent his grandson, -Wayne Robinson, to his father last week, who lives in Spring field. 111 Sunday-school still goes on with very good attendance in spit of bad roads. Brother Hudson preach ed for us last Sunday, taking for his U-xt, MA time for all things." IN; certainly did UA us what to do with our time. Thank you. Brother Hud son. Come again. Mrs. Pomk-r at tended the aupper at Baptist Church at Berea, Friday night, and reporta a good time. W. D. Parks is on the sick list Mrs. Then a Rutherford is also sick at her sister's, Mrs. W. D. Parka', at this writing June Fowler attended the Masonic Lodge at Berea last Saturday night week. Mr. and Mra. Dave Smith are all smiles over the arrival of a 11-pound boy, who arrived at their home Jan uary 17. Hia name ia William David, of course. Mrs. Sid Lakes of Berea called on Mrs. Tarka Sunday after noon. Christ maa Ridge Christmas Ridge, Jan. 30 Several from thia place attended meeting at Silver Creek last Saturday and Sun day. Re V. Cornett spent Saturday night at Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bratch er's. Abb Rose of thia place has his sawmill and corn crusher in good running order at thia writing, and would like to have aome orders for J aome lumber Harry Haselwood is all smiles over the arrival of a little girl named Mildred. Miss Bessie Nealy has been visiting with her uncle, Jeff Nealy, a few days Jack Kelley of Blue Lick spent Friday with his cousin, C. M. Bratcher Little Miss Dorothy McQueen spent a week with her cousin, Luther Carrier. Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown, Jr., were mads ex ceedingly happy by the birth of big boy in their homo Sunlay, Janu ary 29th Mra. Hannah Shockley ia still confined to her bed with some thing like asthma Little E. F. Ogg, Jr., is sick at this writing Mrs. B. Mullojis, who has been sick, ia much improved and haa coma back home. Jos King took hia tobacco that he raised in 1920 to Richmond and re ports that he sold it off his wagon. Todd Moors, wlo haa been sick, is better. The Lone Star Workers Ag ricultural Club is going to meet to day at 1:00 p. m. at Todd School- THE COOK SMILES Th cook is all smiles, The bread U light and gay, A aack of Pott Gold Dust Flour Made them get that way. For Sals By (All Grocer R. L. r'OTTS & SON Pisa lS-3 house. The members are expecting Robert F. Spence and Mr. Felton down Mra. W. A. Ogg la alck with side pleurisy. CUy Lick Clay Lick, Jan. 30. John Atlen has sold twenty acres of hia farm, in cluding improvements, for the sum of $.1,000, known as the Chaa Blythe farm, and moved to Berea William Baker la erecting a new. dwelling oa the Wallareton pike. Dan Botklna and wife visited relatives hero Sun day R. M. Baker and wife of Whitea Station spent Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Bert Guinn Oscar Huff of West Union spent Saturday night with his uncle, Granville Isaacs. Mra. Eva Baker and children spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Botklna Cam Bowlin waa vlaiting Jim Henry VanWinkle, Sunday. George Grant of Berea waa visiting at the home' of hia uncle, George Huff, Sunday. James Shel ton haa been remodeling hia dwelling by adding another story. Bill Horns by and wife have gone to Cincinnati, O., where he haa employment Mrs. Haggard Grant spent last week with Mrs. John Million, who Is not ex pected to live long. Panola Panola, Jan. 31. Mrs. Nan Tucker, Mra. Joan Powell and Mrs. Cornelia Chrisman were dinner guesta or MVs. Mary Chrisman rceently. Thosa on the sick list are Mra. J. B. Kindred, Mrs. Eugenia Hunter and tif. A. Logvdon. John Catea ia in Richmond for a few days. Delia Catea haa returned from Richmond. Thimbie Skinner has returned from Illinois Rev. J. W. Richardson has moved to the Elder Baker place and liesa Kir hard son haa moved to the old Vogel stand. School closed on the 20th, with no treat for the children Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kindred were guesta of the family of J. B. Kindred, Sunday. Merle, Beulah and Fern Wilson were guosU of Mrs. Dr. Coomer at Speedwell, Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Arnett and a young lady visiting at the' n.ll . tnet1 friend from Berea are home of H. G. Bicknell at Locust Branch. Ewell Bicknell and Oscar Campbell, who are attending achool ' at the E. K. S. N- were week-end ! ,.,.. f feum. r.JU.-Mr. Van"" u,tr' Mr nn Campbell, Tucker has returned home to Station Camp. Willie Chrisman, deputy sheriff, is attending court at Irvine Born to Mrs. Roland Ilisel (nee Gla tha Benge), a boy, Raymond Frank lin. Mrs. Mary Chrisman was the guest of Mra. C. M. Rawlings, Tues day. ESTILL COUNTY Palmer Palmer, Jan. 30 We are having real winter now, the first for this season. Mrs. J. T. Vaughn ia visit ing her daughter, Amanda Williams, of Irvine. MrsJ Robert Harris and Verna Sparks were in Irvine last week having aome dental work done. Sallie Thomas returned home from Louisville last Friday, where she has been attending achool Abtvut two weeks ago National Organiser George McKelney visited our local and made a splendid talk which the members all enjoyed very much. CLAY COUNTY Vine Vine, Jan. 28 Ws have had soma very cold weather recently. Bessie Pennington, v. ho has been confined to her bed for some time, ia able to be out rgain. H. H. Rica made a busi ness trip to Manchester last Monday. F. M. Penningtou mads a bus'ns trip to Bond Tuesday Aunt Lisa Wilson is still very poorly Mrs. Martha Rica ia still improving. Something like flu is in our comma nity again but no serious cases. Fred Bishop and Colonel Morgan at tended church at this place last Sun day week. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Cookabarg Cooksburg, Jan. 27 Ws are hav ing some real winter at present- Lots of sickness thru this part. Mrs. Waste Station, Ky. ' TBI Louis Owens, who has been sick eo long, is no better People are all very busy clearing new ground as the stock law ia now in effect Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd were visit ing Mr. and Mra. C.L. Thomas Sat urday. Elmer Allen went to Cincin nati Sunday Mias Ethel McGuIre spent Friday night with Mils Ethel Thomas. James Wodkins . got hi ankle crushed with a piece of coal seven weeks ago and has never walk ed a step since The telephone line up Crooked Creek is in a bad condi tion as no one ran call a doctor over it Jana Mult'ns is very low with pneumonia f jrr. Dr. Lewis waa called recently to aee him Mrs. Saddie Mull!n of Mullins Station was called Friday to the bedside of her grandmother, Mrs. Martin, who ia aeriously ill. Good luck to one and all. Diepatanta Disputanta, Jan. 30 We have had some of the coldest weather last week that we have had hero in several years. There is quite a bit of sick ness in this vicinity at present Mrs. P. Gadd is able to be out again. Mrs. J. C. Ramey la on the aick list Miss Roena Hammonds and brother, Morris, who are in achool at Berea, spent the week-end with homefolks here. Miss Eva Shearer and mother were in Berea Friday, shopping- Walter Gadd and family have moved on Grover Rameya farm Miss Ruby Stephejks of Rockford has been visit ing her aunt, Mrs. R. T. Abney, last week Mrs. Ned McHone, Jr., and cK'dren have the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. Tip Smith are the proud par ents of a new baby Mr. and Mra. G.' T. Payne have moved here from Wildie John Gndd haa gone to Hamilton to secure employment Miss Effie and Stella Wade were visit- ing relatives on Crooked Creek from Friday until Monday. Several chil dren in this vicinity have the whoop ing cough. Robert Shearer of Indl- ana has Deen visiting relatives here. w. !. Miearer ia on the sick list 'this week J. W. Bratrher of Silver ' Oreek was thru here Monday buying hogs. JACKSON COUNTY Kerby Knob Kerby Knob, Jan. 30. We have been having nice winter weather for.e,t of moonshiners near Travelers we past weex ana a number or our farmers have gone back to their old job of c,e,rin inund and prepar in 'or fcd crP8 the coming tea son. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powell n"v Pen 'w week -; " "na KUio Y,,lea,out, the officers were coming K. Blue Lick, Madison county The year ward, went to Manchester this week old baby of Mr. and Mra. Floyd Engle n business T. A. 'Bicknell, who fell in the fire a few days ago and,went to Lexington on business, has was seriously burned Mrs. John I returned Several of the boys who Benge has been seriously ill, with mumps, but is now improving. Sal lie Powell was the guest of Dora Engle Sunday of last week. Edna Axbill is making her home with Mrs. M. J. Smith. Myrtle and Carrie Thomas visited Ruby and Ruth John son Sunday. Gray Hawk Gray Hawk, Jan. 30 Fine weather atill continues with no snow, yet the ground stays so frozen that it can not be plowed. The wedding bells have been ringing at Gray Hawk. Married, Clinton Madden to Misa Gabbard of Maulden. The stork vis ited Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Morris and left a fine boy. They christened him Hiram J. Johnson, after our circuit judge Miss Leula York paid Mis Lola Bingham a visit Sunday. Mrs. Riley Hillard is very poorly with typhoid fever at this writing. Sinking Valley Sinking Valley, Jan. 30 Mrs Fheo ba Isaacs, who haa been very ill, ia im proving. Lloyl Steward purchased a fine cow and calf from Andy Isaacs a few days ago for sixty dollars Mrs. Cordelia Hammond and her lit tle daughter, Lucille, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mary Isaacs, Saturday Miss Ninnie Isaacs and Candaa laaaca vis ited Bertha and China Isaacs, Satur day night Faria Rosa from Alcorn visited his relatives her Saturday and Sunday Miaa Vina Spivey from here has gone to Richmond to spend a few weeks Mr. and Mrs. Eunice McKinney havs moved to the prop erty owned by Jew Lakes Rab Reece from Berea was in this vicin ity a few days ago selling medicine. Mrs. Era Collins and her daughter, Rutha J. Collins, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gentry have moved to the prop, erty owned by W. R. Isaacs John nie Kindred from Panola visited Mr. and Mrs. Andy Isaacs, Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Skin ner visited Solomon Abner, Saturday and Sunday Sim Hobbs purchased a farm from William McKinney for 1300. Mias Lela Lakes, who has been gone to Ohio, has returned home We are having some awful pretty weather in this vicinity and people cmzra are taking advantage of it Mrs. Dollie Pearson is very low Mis Hatel Abner visited her sister, Mrs. Susie Skinner, last week Hurrah for The Citixon and its readers. OWSLEY COUNTY Island City (Too lata for publication last week) Island City, January 23 The sol diers accompanied Judge Johnson to Manchester last Monday, January 1C, aa he waa notified not to coma to Manchester to hold court. Feeling Im pressed to perform great duties of the high office of Circuit Judge, and, the need of peace and dignity of our Commonwealth being maintained and feeling God ia in the right, he made his presence and is complying with his word, dealing out Justice to every one coming under his jurisdiction. Hurrah for Judge Johnson! Married, on the 18th Inst, Charley Metcalf of Ethel to Miss Daisy Reece of same address. The ceremony waa perform ed by the Rev. A. D. ' Bowman of Island City The Clifty Community School, Carl C. Underhill superinten dent, is erecting a ladies' dormitory and la calling on the people of Ows ley for contributions. All who ere interested In the training; of the minda and hearts of our youth ahould properly respond to the call. The report is that another breech was made to take Mrs. Sarah King's mules out of the barn. Mrs. Rebecca Ann McQueen and eon of Taft have moved to Indiana, probably to make that part their future home A still in full blast was found in the house of Shell Bowles of Green Hall, Ky. Mr. Lanehart, sheriff of Jackson county, means business. Carlo Davidaon'a l.ounda were chasing a gray fox the other day. A small boy named Mar tin Hunt being on the hill, heard the hounda coming, prepared him a club and as the fox came near gave it a blow, disabling it so the hounds soon nicked it un Whv is the State and United StatM ew8 witheld from The a n .i.k n,. riti ten and its readers. Island City Island City, Jan. 30 The sheriff and hia deputies are keeping up with the violators of the prohibition law in Owsley county. They got into Re,t the otheT : and . WOman by the nalle of Lvnch faced the cold night and frozen ground barefooted and in her nieht clothes, to give her nMrkv neighbor the news, who was engaged in the same work, to look love their drachm are reaping their rewards in the Booneville jail at present We hope it will teach them to be good citizens. It is reported that Riley Burch has gone crazy since he joined the holy rollers. There will be a court of inquiry held at Island City In tha near future. Robert J. and Elmer Bowman and Floyd Bick nell went to Sexton Creek Sunday to see the crazy man. Mrs. Sarah Deaton haa been on the decline for several days Mrs. Rains has been suffering from the effects of a bad cold. We have understood that the Anchor Oil Company will resume their work at this place in the spring. There have been several leases' taken here recently on the left hand fork of thia creek. Naoms Fields is on the decline with abcesa of soma na ture Rada Blake, the daughter of Lee Blake, ia ill. - WE WOULDN'T Wa wouldn't want everything vtlvtt-J'iit aa life Is, It Is (In. W woul.ln't want varylhlng suasr Just a bit of tli urt In our win. Just a bit of the llcht and th shadow, a well-balanced ration of thlnca. It's often the trial and the tempest as much a the sweetness that Binge. Ws wouldn't want everything perfect lota of us keep up our crlt By finding fault with th country; It helps to aharpvn the wIL W wouldn't want everything roeee, and never th prick of a thorn; There wouldn't be much IncenUv to rise at tli call of th morn. , W wouldn't want everything Msy-Qod's secret Is giving us her A burden of car and contenUon but sweat are th was of cheer. Ualtlmor Bun. A proven remedy for Catarrh, Asthma, Hay Fever, Tuberculosis and similar troubles. For terms and testimonial vrrits J.lWt a Ce,ntJueJtj. Since God 6 Atones By REV. H. OSTROM, D. D. Eitmelnn Itrpartment, Moody HIM Institute, Chliaso. TEXT. Bleeeod Is he whose tranegrea- ston I forgiven, whoee eln I covered. Pa. a x The mysteries In stoms and elec trons are as nothing compared to th mysteries In hu man sin. So In clusive, so d e strurtlve snd so persistent Is hu man sin that rea son nmy well de spair of ever find ing a successful way of dealing with It. To dis count It la to court the ruin It persists In bring ing; to try In our own strenKth to part with It la to prove that Ita grip on us Is stronger than diaih Itself; to try to make smends for Its bad deeds Is only to guarantee Impending bankruptcy; and to aroru It Is to lie doomed hy It. Pru dence will lead ua to soy that we posi tively do not find In human reason what to do with It. Sin is too unrea sonable to be suecesxfully opposed by human reason. But God, whose wisdom is Infinite. does know what to do with it. lie can cure It. Without condoning the small est f ruction of Its awfulness, 0xl has proceeded to make atonement for sin. Throiifch centuries of sncrltkiul types He revealed the only possible way to deal with It; and then fulfilled them all In "f'hrlst our Passover sacrificed for us. There Is sacrifice, there Is IiIikmI, snd there Is blood on the altar, hed blood. To object to such a plan Is to project an opinion where reason cannot claim sufficient resource But when reason cannot And the way out of our condemnation, and the outlook la ever perilous, then how Invaluable Is that reveliitlon In vJod's Word I How secure we are with the Bible! The folly of giving sentiment or nrgument free rein when considering the atonement appears when we real ize that we have nothing to bring for ward as an Illustration of atonement apart from the Itlble account of It. We can think of God In the tenns of fa therhood and the illustration Is close at hand, for we have each had a fa ther. Atonement Unparalleled. We may Illustrate the significance of tSod us ruler, for we are continually reminded of the Import of authority over ux. But now, what shall we say of Uod as Creator? We search in vain for an Illustration with which to apply its nit'unliiK. Or, what sliull we say of (iod ns AtonerT Again, we are ut terly lucapuble of finding an Illustra tion outside His revealed Word with which to make plalu its meaning. That He knew bow to atone and that Ilia love waa at root of Ills doing It, la the marvelous and repeated lesson of the Bible. But the "why" of such a wonder, and the depths of the signifi cance of such a work, no Illustration will serve to explain. He alone knew how. He alone planned it. He alone worked It out. lis alone did it (J ike the Holy One He Is) perfectly. Here, we never could be advisers. Why then sliuld we presume to be critics? When we view God covering human sin out of altiht and providing for the pardon of the transgressor, we view a progrum so absolutely remote from all human parallel that it Is Idle and rash to speculate about Its tenna and con ditions. The only acceptable ground on which to stand (or kneel) Is clear over on the side opposite to cavil and doubt, where we say; "God forbid that I should glory save In the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ." Let thia wonder-work of love stand apart like creation, unapproached by human ef fort, the musterplece of Gods re source. Then It la that we see that God maintains Hia unswerving holiness and at the same time provides that each, all and every sin chargeable airatnst a soul shall be pardoned the naVinent that soul believes on the Lord Jesus Christ. The depth of the agony, the satisfaction of God's holiness In Jeaua Christ bearing our sins, the fact that "He waa made a curse for us" sre all so far above us, so outside our realm that we must abandon the quest for comparisons and admit that since Qod says It there Is no legitimate way to deny It. He has provided "peace through the bload of the Cross." He provided ; I nccepted. All is so com plete that not a fe'.her-weli;ht dare I try to add to It snd not the smallest traction dare I try to take from It by pleading the merit of any act of my own. The debt Is declared paid. The reconciliation la offered. It Is th "fre gift of gruc." "Look snd Live." How merciful then Is God's plan to announce this previous redemption far and wide. How gracloua the offer to whosoever will! How multiplied sre (he eutreatles and promises stressing the call to lost sinners to find their sins covered so deep that no power can ever uncover them to condemn th soul again I Small wonder then, that even when the soul Is at the verge of complete despulr, one look. Just a soul's look, by faith to Jeaua, brings Instant, hope. Th mystery of Love greater than the uivstery of the soul's sin appear, announcing, "Look and live." Speculation abdicates and faith gives Jeaus the heart's throne. Pag ThvM IMPROVED UNIFORM OTTDUUTIOrUL SundaySchool T Lesson T (By Rk., b IIKWATkR, D. D., Teacher of Knsl eh Hible In U.e Moody Rlble Institute nf Chicago. Cosyrtght, till. Waiters Mewepeear Ualea. LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 12 aw a latia A ava s aue iLiuaitUUlf I aVlal 9rl ink onvnnniwi a WOMAN LESSON TEXT-II Kings 4 .1-17. OOl-DfcN TEXT-Vertlr. verily, I ar unto you, th heur Is coming, and now la, when th dead shall hear the vote of th Bon of Uod; and they that hear ahall live -John t.U. RETkHENt'E MATERIAL, John U: I- PRIMARY TOPIC Ellsha Brlnga a Boy to Ufa. Jt'NIOR TdPIC How Elleha Brought a boy to Life. 1NTERMKDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Klliha Helping In a Home. YOt'NO PKOl'I-E AND ADULT TOPIC -Our Ministry of Comfort and Help. 1. The ohunammite's Hospitality t Clieha (vv. 8-11). 1. Its occasion (v. 8). A wealthy woman of Shunem, observing that Ellsha passed continually by her house In hia li.iirtievs. ll moved with COWl- passlon toward hlro. She determined according to her ability to supply bis needs. 2. Its nature (vv. 8-11). "Sne constrained hliu to eat bread" (vv. 6 " 0). As a result of her earnest en treaty, as often ss he passed oy ner house he turned in to eat bread. She . received a prophet in the name of a prophet. II. Elisha Endeavor to Repay Her Kindness (vv. 1 17). 1. He offers to ask a favor from the kkig or head of the army (v. 13). This offer Implies that Kilsha had Influence at the royal court. The woman'a re ply shows her truly to lie a great wonrnn She did not desire to change the calm and quiet of her home for a place even In the royal court. Her answer also shows that her motive In extending generosity to the prophet was entirely unseltish, purely because he waa Owl's prophrr. 2. Ellsha announces the giving of a son to her (vv. 10, 17). Through Inquiry of Gehazl It was discovered that this womun was childless. So the prophet made known to her that In about a year from that time she should experience the Joy of a mother. III. Th Coming of Sorrow to the Shunammite's Home (vv. 18-21). , The child which brought Joy to her home was suddenly taken away. How many houiee are like this I Scarce ly do we beulu to eujoy life until death enters and snatchea away aome loved one. The cause of his death was probably sunstroke, for the heat ot the suu at harvest time In this country Is very Intense. When the boy com plained of his head, the fatfjer sent him home to his mother. By noon the child died and the mother laid him upon the bed of the man of God. Faith prompted her to do thia She did not muke preparation for . . . .. . i burial, but for restoration w m (Heb. 11:35). IV. The Mother Goes to Elisha (vv. 22-28). When one Is la trouble or sorrow ih. hut ,.ieia tn irn Is to the man ot n.wt ul, i able to aive counsel and comfort. Happy Is the one who In the days of prosperity and sunshine nas so related himself to Qod and His prophets tlmt he can have help and sympathy in time of trouble. 1. She took hold of Kllsha's .feet (v. 27). This was the eastern way ol anfnninff netltlou. She Dasaed by Gehazl. Khe would not be content with the servant when the master couia D reached. . 2. She chlded th prophet (v. 28). "Did I desire a sour This Implies thst it would have been better not to hsve had a child than to have lost him so soon. V. Th Child Restored (vv. 2D-37). 1. Gehuzi'a fruitless errand (vv. 2 31). He hurried away and placed tha prophet's staff upon the child's fac. but It did not revive. Perhaps th fault lay tn Gehazl his lack of faith. The woman seemed to perceive his lack; she would not trust him. She would not go unUl Ellsha was will ing to go aloug. This fruitless errand of Gehaxl ahowa the worthlessness ot the forms of rellglou when used by those who have no faith In them. 2. Kilsha'e efficient service (vv. 82 37). He went to the house where th dead child waa. (1) He prayed (v. 83). lie knew that no one but Uod could help, so he closed the door, shutting all others out. Our service to men should be preceded by prayer. (2) 11 stretched himself upon the child (v. 34). He brought his warm body into touch with the cold body of the child. Uod blesses and saves through the warm touch of those who are In touch with Him. Aftur we pray we should get Into actual touch with those dead in trespasses and sin. Uod's mottiod of saving the world la through the ministry of eaved men and women. A Dally Prayer. Keep back tliy servunt also from pre sumptuous sins; let them not hav doJ minion over me; then ahall I be up-1 rUrht, and I shall be lnnwnt from th' groat transgression. Let tb words of j my niouth, and the meditation of my J ueirt u Bccepiaoi i" " '. v Lord, my strength, and my Redeemer. ?alm 10:13-14. Wlckedn As Fire. Wickedness but.-sth as a first it Shall devour the biVeri and tourney"