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Western Record (Newspaper) - April 1, 1893, Kackley, Kansas HiaiANaEL OF PATIEHOF 02 SBEKIHO TBS W Innocence she her feet In tangled icehidifi her heart oppressed and dont know whether youll be able sarda father to the principal of a school to great precautions should be taken not to drive them telling Stoat to Childhoods cottage anded with many a ijencieher feet began to roam ot a dark unguarded to happiness and rest Which once smiled on her sweet by thoughts mid deeds unblest It was elouded with whom he brought his son as pupil full of atTd loves to break over rules and Does he tell the the principal can I always depend on parent and to Never mentioned now her name 9 she lapidly decends Down the slippery path of to all her self respee Sunk to hell in her wn In hitter tears Daughter of despair and tost to hope which throws iiLight on every other lAindI still clambers like the rose the palace or the Lost to earth but loved by C For Gods still a Saviour husbeca giveu lost may yetlve by One whose willing feet Followed her through tangled JOne who with submission sweet foher a of B wii One ho sueh siuuer drew ftGently witla His word of er guilt and shame knew i she hid her weeping face As she knelt behind him there her biltfpt boweddown Aurt the glory of her hair His holy feet out He turiied him round let thy sorrows thy scarlet sins Else and go in peace I coine to seek the sinful one to to snatch the tempest tost destructions lost behold their ViAnd believe his wonderous Jesus of his own accord liftStooped to save them from v ci inison are their And their sins of deepest triMii iiis veins the darkest guilt seek thy sisters strayed In sluo stormy path detiled this is ou thee By thy loviug Master apatient angel Stay them gVntle ETliejr are though bo S for sueh t And save them ere they Warn them of the dazzling u Guard them from the dangerous Bldrthjmi of the foe be ware which lurks in gay Or With pleasure baits his with wine inflames Now with wanton word or like an angel Looking patiently Stretching forth a tender Seeking till the lost are So when lifes short day is I Like an angel thou shall IJiiffiGlorious as the orient fovi clothed lu beautv all divine aud the punishment j for offences should inot force tKe child into Jrhis cannot al ways be but it can his word said the honest hell tell the truth even when its agains You can depend on hes every he brought his fist down on the table with a big its all said the principal we can manage and he The cottierstone ot nobic charac ter had been luid in that boys na There was something ior the principal to build It cannot be thatsome happy accident had that boy the reputation of truvtb He hid been taught b pre cept and example to the thing that Parents often train their children to tell untruths by their own ex thinking that because child ib ignorant and unversed in affairs it will not detect falsehood in But there are none so difficult to deceive With thei in riobiflt eyes they see ioto the hearil of know they can trust by intui these tlieyv those that are nearest becloud themselves in an atmosphere of de ception and the child ab sorbs the atmosphere arid becomes deceptive and hypocritical some times before it cah talk be to a greater or less Fjfty ago were verses taught to children which may De new most of our but which are good nursen n and which Vre stated htrcwirh pi nursery When General About as big as He wflUld permit his tongue To tell ajtllfull Once cut his fft tiers He owutipit to hib And then ills father Pressed him In fond He told his son It plieaseil him For him to own the Than if his trees Wre bending With gold and the workings of divine grace in the sqrve to and correct in all through yet we will not be through with all our bodily impertectious till this mortal have on But our hearts can be perfect as God is and they can ati tain such perfection in that we will be meet to be par of the inheritance of the endless JfEBFECT ANJt iMPEttPECT right Be ye therefore even as your Father which is in heaven is Walk before me and be thou i Babes in i Goo said of Heis a perfect man and an upright Heb us go on And he gave apostieifand rews unto and pastors and teachers for the perfecting of the till we come deepest ocean soundings yet Sthfttare not opento are 3875 fa or nearly about 40 miles ol the Virgin in Booth and 4475 or a little over near New The Atlantic jbeen more amply and caretully sound Bd thdn other and few parts of depth exceeding A jilted basin about 100 miles north of loraas is 3875 or about 4H fn the parent who would have a telling must be nimself herself not only in in in in es Sometime at a table vhere we were sitting a little boyV accused 0 of running across the track before a coming express stoutly denied the He looked as guilt less as a cheYwb but the truth ol the charge was proved beyond ques Yet ifot one word of reproof did his who was at the speJc then or as we took pains to find How can that be expected to grow up with a reverence for a hatred and eschewing ol falsehood in word and deed Quite different from the ways of this father were ol a mother we In her Bible were sheets of letterpaper on which were written out or the more ot the texts in the Sciipture concerning liars and Whenever any one of her children was guilty ofshading or de nying the she rook him to her private room if he could had him find and read for himself these passages if hetould not she read them to and dwelt upon them till the impression she wished td make was made both prayed for 4ivfoe help in keeping the commandments of God as to speaking the It is needless to say that children thus taught grow up with a reverence for truth and a fixed habit ot speaking The same method was pursued others of the ten cdm were with the lyjfiag is the besetting vice oi espec ially and unto a perfect the measureof the stature of the fullness of 11 1 hekingdpn of heaven arc not and drink and the babes are not the bribes after the but babes in righteousness peace and y in the Holy His physical man mav butiiis The be spiritual man is a babe hjL christ is to attain unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of His heart Jn which the love of has just begun to burn is to be filled with all the fullness of By trying his Cod teach es him to let his patience have its perfect that he may be perfect and wanting noth His heart has beeft barren and unfruitful the Lord will water with the dews o gijaee and the showers of bless ings and pour down upon it the beautiful sunlight of it will be changed into a fer tile peace good meekness and tem In the beauty of perfectncss of these graces consists the Chris tians Frailties of the human are not judgment is not always mistakes maybe weaknesses ties may be many but To the Christians of America Being with the need more aggress vV efiorts to reach those outside ordinary church in fluences knowing the SUCCCKS achie ved in this direction by the Open Air Mission of Great and the timr is in the providence for similar con certed actiyn on tivs we unite in calling a convention to ganize a National Association of en Air The object of this association shall to encourage a wiser and wider by earnest every where ot this practical and powerful Gospel conventiotj will be held on April at in the cornel of 23d and 4th New York To it all men and women en gaged or interested in open air workf including Gospel tent are Those prevented by distance or duties from in are requested to send let ters at once to Frank 21 Walter stating name and experiences and convictions on this These will be presented to the All persons are requested to bring this call to the attention of open air workers who may not have seen Baptist Pastor Brook lyn Theological City Mission So V Miss Life Line Billington of Salva tion Josiah of Evangelical Tennis Presbyterian Pastor John C International Christian Workers Robert Harper Brothel Editorial rooms Gospel Frank of Martson Perry Central Union txMayor of f is rip i to ridicule and the existencif far as Among atheists are tbc the brightest but Gods wisdom of this world ness with this fact tlat men sprung from and ape tribei and lapse of ajgel into h just idea of Miss Md City Mission So Episcopal is quality of love as is in things to since last issue May God bless N Sister dozen eggs Sister bufter and gutter Each
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