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   Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - June 16, 1845, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 íTHE FLOWERS  _u:íjiún  í ■ 1 i  - ¥\  ‘•He that ansvverelh a matter before he hearelh it, it is folly and shame unto him.”—Soi.o.mon,  VOL. II.  fil A I5l«OTr*r K S V B 1.1. B'5, A%-15"ÍSWARBiE    % Y, '    BÖ, 8 8.15.  BS?sMafeü  •il  , -s  -J  EDITED m JAMES W.  t'ERMS:—1. The Ohri'T^iav lKTEi.noÉ>;tr,ii i‘ hgnttà    ¡'t TWO O O L I-A H 8  per    ^ adimnce. The volUuic will  j .comprise iwantV-fbur mimbei*. ;  *. 3|M Uldcr» anirRvangeHrtH urn aulhrtriWed Apiiiils, iho EUlilor request« othcr» fri. nilly U> llm Wi>k, to forward the names of anbscriUcrs, and remit monies.  3.    AU oonntUMnicatjons must bo    to rc-  ceiro aUcotion-  4.    Nc> paper dUcontinisedvexccpt at the opiionof tho Editor, till ali arrearage;» are [»aid up.  5.    P*8t Masters oro aiititort'-cd tn fi'r«ard the ggimef <»f iubicriberd, and remit Huen, free of pfisUge.  |C3^ •VPienTrtr.MBNi» in«ertcd at the    rate«.  W« oMi4ht»utte(ilion iilf persons hnvine limdii for •»Jb, »rtd>perf»on»'wi«|iinff to. adverti«o ScIihoIr partteutarl^, to thè faciljitie«, which U«» paper fiir-iti»h«4 i mSi it* circulàtiof» in Virsi«ia, is general, Ibf «éft«n!a}n# l<> lid« water.  CORK JBSPONOiCPU e F..  Tfiihgi m»eeen more  FOR THE INTELLIOKNCKU.  lestfáble than thitìgs 4ef.H.  “for our lieht plUictions which arc Kul for n »eav>f»v^^di'lielh for Ü» a far muro cxfcccdiint and '"«ternal weißlit «f glory ; tvliilc <vtt tfmk not nt ihf  thinia that arcs art«, blit lit Hie iliiiigs whii h aro liot *«en Î for the thing* which ui-« sren uro tfinpo-ik\, hilt the thing» which aro not seen arc t icmul.’’  ' ^ ' ' -k- ■ ' ■ j  ‘ iÁrnotíji: «Ü the cattse.H'of the Hiiipid ainT  ioo.icuîtalili; unonncerh rtod rnroloa^JtKfule-Ffiucemf S<iltú«r8 in rrl¡ttií>n tt>    ;iikJ  thp 'féèbld ettdiHivors of thj^9Íi|>lo-< -•«' iln L ir4 1«'    to ìimiMv»! Ì» it. iljt'ire in  «‘4Í10 ti4»>r0 cflTi    Uifit pi »"t innti-  itig a profi0r:t!i»ii^e ot iho iIiíhüs of tinte in c«tnparjHíHíC«'ith thnsfepCeiirtiiiy, 'l'iu* »Çiirs ol^^ö    aUil ihn pif.-piil lilOj.  «ecjtHíTcn^^    thi>nghi>i. án<i c.\-'  aii ottr ÄCiiiiiy,,niib"iuli they iirc bin tr;iri’‘itury fttid worth!e¡<s trillc-s ; wliile tim ánd sttipenvjou.H r«-o!itie> of ihi^ ('utiiff; M»ii«iPt«rnul ivoHtl nr« huJ iVomiour «ysi.-i by tiite vftl t»f flö^h atid hy cIoiuIj» ó}' tynuraiic«. VVefö theHC to.bwflr (ip'iii oiir m »i'ls wtili all thojr tremäiiiilou.'« in»j»iirtniib=‘,llicy Ufaii«! iltSftiroy the sinhallowt’d ilcsirií ior tiu* nuiht tn (ì<*8tìc VBiîU.os of the prc.xciii lilV, «tbiic.uii; the glare oí’ alt earthly fji'Tv, rbmlnr nil its tìeetiti^f pl«‘a»urcs Uisipitl, uud iiiipire «!; with a ii«)b!o ifiitpD.'jitnlny ntul r nil its iriiil? Äi«i aorriJVVi. A    vt.>vv of liiesis  wou!(i shock the lìborliiio in hisroolisii niul *HfU4¿hllorfí» coprtic, tef:ir off tli«* hypo<:riit'*a t^insk, afi(1 iliflitßiicij th« ziMil and dcvntioi^ of evory dKci}»!o. The tinsicms c(*nc«'rii 'iif 4i>ankii>.t vvoiiid iIumi bi\ iiovv they uiighil . ín>k>'5iB saf’o tíoiiartur)* fr<ini tlti» vvurlìi aiM notliiiW tiiey uiity,livu h;t|>ny' in it. Pid-C^tíí |i]éunure and j> un w'"nld be svvmÍIuwüíI < the j»roVu«ct p.f    bnppinPH^  ^»r tniaery. ■ ÎSifÿwÎiJ^aaTui    wtHi  kU itH aiilctnn renti^ttì!». would then bo oiiij »i'riou« cttnteiripViKvoti, Tho plc.nstire of Í «III tyuulti strikft «18 with hurr*>r, ifih>’y ti^r  I initiate lu elBiniiUtiffisnii sütul mi«fTy, mtd I iiresênl tiñlicli'in, however tiMliau^ and I fiîïeêe wonltl ap(»uar ihu .light and inoiiuMi-liiry, if îhe;y worlt <mji f*>r iis n fir iu<>ro cx-c«VîImi)î nnd uicrnnl w«ñ¿lji of glnry.  Tke.sc were tUo Apuíillií’is vinwx of thinif.« *u4 (f»esc w«re tln ir «illect;- upoti him. 1le \ iofOrmii U8 of hiî< tVuwearifd «c:il in propn-gijiidg tho jf'^sp«t^^otwi^U^tnn^^ln¿ the iim-uy hard^Uipä and d.inj;ers that aitPiuífd iiw j>rocbiin«tioii, tho’ h« bore about in iiit< body the dying of thf Lord Jesus, (hou,í4h lio!  ihynya 4leUv«r«‘d unto do.ith f.r J«*sius’' »sjkis yci li<> fiiiiitRd no», and thia proNpfct anumt«d htîn^ (find Oiij^ht tu animfiKi every iru« <listiiplb of thi* Lord,) Ihut hi.i líglit ai-tìjction which w;»£t but f.if a Hnason would work lor h»n a f«r more cxcendiiu nnd terital weight of ylnry. W hen we view ilia sufiiirin^s Whhout ány ref rencc «o e-inrtHty, thBy;\vere indeed \«r.y ' lit'avy ¡md levure, atttl of, innny yt'ars b'-nlinnawcf ; iind when tie^penks V'^tht'tn in thin liiihf, how moving ia th« narrative ! Rttad 2 C‘«tr ; xi. flut whfiu h;« yio\v8 thoin in the U,{ht ' óruterniiy, and c<»ti»purcd_ wi«h die r,yh>ri-ous »Krttic» they pink info nothing i then rc>mrjjMig," stiiHtnjî and nil she varhiu.*« dcnth» ita^hich ifi« \vau daily exp «ed,, nri; light, trilfitig ttflîict|on!<i hariliy w«.rt»i nam-ingi the» a?»èriu» of uiijmerrupi«Hl Hutr<îT* Ing« lor tnany. yoíUi# aio’ but üfi1u:tn/ns thaï ^»(iurö fora tíiíitsoii.'’ And wh«îii fie lot>k>* Äff" 1*> a,glnii<*Ub lujur.ty, h<nnun laognogi; icanmut exprès the id«a hivha« of th«i h"p-jpií^^tís il» fi âcrvattou for hitn ; it i> n bir «niaré cxceedíiíi¿ anti «*jer«iat vyt'i^ht of ^Îh-ty. NoUÎo aiidlluilty seiittMôiii nideed î and «fxprtîised ifi thirf «libllnlôbti maiinor tho bm* ignagcs of hioriaλ‘«iah îidtnit o'. It i^ lilory  II) oppoaition, to áÉSícttíin : « H'fci^ht of f,Mo-f j' in «pposittOH to í’t¿ht «fiViCUon ; nnd in  ^opposition to âiBicUonUor it ma ine nt, it «ijicrnal glory ; to fiMÎ^h ali, it i« a far nn»ro «:tc<íedip^ glory. Whai >freáter id*-n cnn i>« gMö(M!tl‘by thé human utidcrpfanding, or €<|prc^'«^í*d Ul this unpuriecl und feeblH Inn* tìf e .»th ! Nothing bui reallBuig th ii m/aight of gjory «ÿiiild oniar^« hin c<mcep' iuU iitithiiig but the dirilcct ol lieavtm coubfbftter éxpitíaa it.; A»« vve then mir-pfised thfti 4vitli »tjch a view of thing«. th<j Ajiostle «ho(íl4"-coH9Íd(*r that liie Huncringt* tjt the jirewunt/Ufb, «te| not to I»; coniparuU wïtλ ihe glory that Ü« ri!vi?al«d ?  *Ilhe Aptiotlc infortnn us that he lorined this estioiHle of thingt»i, wb>io he loi>k< d not iit the things which ar©. »i-oj«, iait . t ihoii lAihicb aro not bc«». By the tbitigs which «re peen, arò inesitit the pres-cni hi«!, nnd ail t:î>o ihttiga of tinio ond tbu world, whmh art; «eijíporal , euch á¡í'th« pleasure.-' and piina, iàîl the lebors, p»r.»tii«n^ amudi’ntouta, hon-► k)fs Hnd laiiie of tho prest'iit »»tale, not tfni-■pQred by, ««4 it» a«C‘>»'4unce wiih ün* ru-vcsicd w if I of God our heavenly F m tin f, U) the thing» thatiiru not seen ar«i inl»nd»d all the inviBibie réftUlMî» OÍ the eternal world,  . all th« plcaburet» and 4l<!li/¿hl:*, enjoymcnt« .ind 6«Jertiig6 that'ir<^ boyi.nd iho r«at h of itnnian uighLj »i» the    KaUier of Kier«  r»ity, the jojB ntid bliM i>f Hoavtso, and tbi; poí3Í*íb<«<ít>t and nibfiry of lioll. W« look <»n these invisible thiti/fts «nil not on thosi' %tr- fK CÎ.. Tliiy »'.'.•¡y srt'tn vj bt? a con-  trnflieiiuii ; but it is rcMilHy and i-a^il) S 'iv-I'li by uiidcr^iauihti^ ilio :.ct,    >b' (l by  lonkiii^'. Ill be an an imi uf ihi‘'iiauirnl oyrs, bill i)f liulh ihr'iiijli ilit- uM'iliiiiii nl r<Mclaiinn. Faiib i-' tli fnii!il by the A|in>-Uo 1(1 Ilf, “ ihiiMiliJ^'Hiif.e <>t tliiiiffs boitcii Inr, ninl ihe «'vnlieiif.e <>!• llunirs ti"t sc?".” Hoiice io look noi ni aìsìIiIi-, iiùi iiivÍMb'tt ihinjfíi tuPhiis ibiit aic tu inako liu; InKcr ihf «'liii'f ami piipri irní idiji-ct.-» ni onr infili iialM'ii aiul Cdiiu-inpa inn> ilnt \v«! may be t;t>vi'rnt}il in «»iir imuiii‘ cnndiirt by lli>‘ iin-pfcsiiioii« niiid<! njntn our nnnd.'b\ Ih-uvími-iy anil cK'riial ihm^', lhi>iiyb uitHf-en ox-fcpt tlirouqh 'tho t«Ifsc(»|ie ol'i'.-ii b, a tul imi by tlu! (irt“.''t*nl sri'ii ihmgs ol tiiiii! an<| stMisii. In! lltiis aci ng, we iniitate iIhi < x-niiipl,u (.f fi lb 111 M ‘ who <‘ndnr(;il as sciMUiT binK who is invigilile, aii<l nuuiiCi si !<• th*‘ \vorb) ¿hat è arn the «'XpectiiiiiH of tin* inv sibil* ri*;.ihii«'S of tin; u«)rld (<t cntf, and not liict ifv«‘r?;iíiiíig loijabiiaiH« »if tin* pri*-r 'tchod and ni .-craiilt- worlil. we iwjilk tiy faith nntl tnH by ^igbt. l*'or lu*re wi; have no i-oniiiininii cii\, i>nt wii sii(;k ntw tn cinttc : and ill« li'o wJiicb now livi* in ilo? lle.'h, w¡; livi.* by ih'^Jitiib i*l the Son of Gnd, wh»> bn«il ns,^^iííírl {favo hi(ne«lf f<»r tif. 'I'he.'Hi tbm^f<i)ciiig .«n, a.*« ihey iniist ¡issun-dly irnix«*’ ciinnoi fail t*i S('0 and («'rI tlie Vitf^^iipnrianci* Ol ibr ho i) ii'j(iiicli>»iij^>^ >y iri) op fi>r yiiiir-'tilvos t'cnsnit!^rfíí»n o irili \vh<;r« inoih and rur-i do|b^t>firrijpt, »¡‘111 Mbi'ri; ihieve- br«‘iik liiro' a>rtí^biONÍ ; bill lay up li>r yun^eUor» lira' furc.s id .hiNiv*'!!, wbo tJ n« iili<‘r nii'tb nor rust duih corrupt, nndrtbiTf iliicvi-.s ju n«it break ilironj^«h nor stCal : for wIutc your iii;aMirf is, liierc will yi nr htiart lie ftI^o.” Vi.<ib!<* liiinirs am not crpial to, nor ran tln'V s»aii.»Jy ibej dfSiriis of ibo hnnian .•<onl 'l'his liilb' Hpiifk «'I'vascd tn this jniíion of flcrib, i*iv('8 irecpifmi di.'CoviTii*íí of Hurpris' inj powers; ìi» (li‘:<ir{;s in pariiciilar Iimvo a kinil ol iiifin.ty. Hm all leinporn objuct-i flic iiioan and contractc*d ; niul canmit al-ford il hajípiiiiís.-. oqnal to iiH ca))aciiy, not ri’iidfr It as nii^iriblp as its capiuMiy for 'Utleriiiii will fear. Henoo, in ibc gr< aUisi attliiciM C of tvinporal imi] ■jmcnlí', in ih<* mi St of lionor>, finne, pb-asniC-, vvi'nlih and (VifMidii, it It'o's a pauifiil and arhiiiL' void wiibtn, auil'Jind.s ibat there is suine« iliini; Wi'tniing to compil iti Ms hiij'puioss, that bolon^ii dòi lo tlie iiarrow liinii.s oi time, nor conliiitid to tlic sinl'nl ishores ol' ' nrih. . Kjings hav-- Ik-imi unbapiiy on ihi*ir ihiiiiies, aiiti all ilii‘ir }rraiid*'iir aiitl spb*n-dor h VO ii(i(-n blit inajcntiic p in "lid ini«f-ry. S i Soiomon found it, who hid nnipU; Opportunity of niakinlf n f'ill »‘X|ieriiiii'nl, nmi ibi> i*«hÌ!< <ii‘ci»ii>n iind jud^ini'til u|»oii ail e nhiy pìeaisuif» and injoNincni.*« altor tho uiosi im|>iniíií trial, ' Vanity of vani. luiH, s iilh the pr(Mu-h<-r ; Yanity of vatiitit's, all is v;:iii y iiiiil vi'xaiion of ^|)irit.” lint wIhmi wo take u »urv«*y c»f iii\isiblu- tliiiiU', wy ÍÍU.I ttii'n» .ill •»real nnd niajcfitie, not'im-ly liipuil, lint ii'ii.iiti'iy sup>nor to the tinisl, titibir;' d powius of thn human muiI. In that eternal wor d dwell (h - Gro t G'd, iIip liord Ji's^us (. hr.t<t, auit all ih« hoavulily ho.'ts of intflligriicc.-i. Ill tho pri SlMlCl' or God tlicru !:• ful)noN.s of joy, and at his n^iht liaiul tlioro aro p.ca uro- forcvi r tnoro.—  1 horn pulins ol \irtory and roli«s of glory ; crowiih oj'üfc and giory, am| ilironi 6 of honoi ; tiic puns rivi'i ol' tlnv untcr oi lili‘, ilir tint; o/ ii:i‘, i|ie iticorrnpubic. on-dfhicii andniit’idini'iiiherilm e; ami Mirnuv and iucknebí«, paui and duatli arc furovor piihs^d away,  A lint oil thf otlii.T h. rill then; nro tho Dc-Ntl rind all ill« lalli'ii an>i-b, an- omIuI ,ainl a burning hfll, a hikoof ti.c and hri'df-lon«;, tho Miirui tliat iK'Viif dies, and ih<; fii<* iliiii tih 1. tiiivcr bo tpii'iichtrd ; eK;r|a>lioii puit-•i.shinc-ni and ib * «ícond di'atli ; tin; ouicr darkiH~ti'. weeping, w.iibiii and gua'hinf( of looih ; ilio iitic<‘(i^in^ lanicniaiioo^ finti In f'fd .ig<ni,va Ili ilii! d .tniiod in hell fon v-ori^ ihc' » .aili of 111« L.mb, and-tin- vi*n-goaoci;(ii'ili il Jo whom yoii-joa^icó boion^K, who ia uiMi ii cunaiinitn;/ liro. '  Ai> gcdtl« ri-adiTft, will yon, can you In-íiiiitít* lor a tiingio lii' ini»!)!, a.-« lo tho ch'<K’c" which you ini;^lii to niaki* in rflaiion -to tbiM ^re .t anil iib.-iorbing Mibjoct ? Will yod hvif lor tiiiH.'nr for oieriiiiy ; will you bufid (or earth or for b^tlv n: will y> ti dweb With God in on,oJi¡il bomitndo, or lan-Ijuinb wiih ttiu Diivil in ihi: ovt-rlasiiii^', for-rtíiiiiif» ll.iiuf» of iifli ? li I'emaiiiB wall you to make your own t boii^-, and act iu tlii.-niatHir oacb for honruil,laM oacb will h.Vvo  not bo, iiiik-sv y«oj wilf unwisoly di'iorotim*  lo I) vu ii t^o, IÍI Jim ^ll•^|ti!^l• nd r* jf'i t liic nraoiou-. li.'iiid that is morcifu'ly !*(rftcli» <;.i out lo savtr you. auil sink flown lo f ter* iial iinnuii^ ^ W!• pray and hop«- ibiii j.< ij may mnkc tho prudi'ut and wi«f fliotco, iihd liM! not Ibr tiiiir, bin for ciituíi». O iliat y..u may prfli.'r thf? tUiti^rs that arr» tod  tV> tlif tilings thill are 8<?fii !  It* an iiitioiti' «(i.sjiarity betwcfin rh' fii a- it> iluiation: >üiirh pürtir.ularlv mnnlioncrl III ihc I liiiuage of the Ap silc: iImí ihin^ff? ih t are m'imi nre tfMiiptiral; bul tin; ihiuy.s tiiat an: not seen ar«; e;UTnal. 'J'hc trans.-loriiii'^H of vif-iblt' tilings, iuiplii'S lioih, tin I ibc*    ihf’niM'Ivfs an* peri.-'lialtb*, and  iliai tlii'y in y .«onn leavi; u,s ; nnil tlüii^oíí^ coiitiiiiiaoco ,'viih them i.*) bnt' lijiiVfiornry," «0 1 w'o inù't l< ave iht-m. And'nif* clcriii-tVi oJ iu'j.'iblo tliioii', inijdi' .1 quiiii thocoii-fr. ry ; iloit tin- tbin^'H ilirai-t;lv(!s nre id I'litl O'H (hiriiiion; hnd that we shall ah\ yn  • xisf to ri'Ocne hupp ne^s or ini«i*ry iVom liicn»^ ViMbb* jthioya are peri^hab!e anti mi*y^oi,|| ;i,!i.vo in'. VV bf*n wc think iln y an; .spciiri*!, tlio) ofieii lly from our tMul rniM'. iliclie.t iiiiiy vaniiib into »mok« ainl aVhes liy i ll accidi tital fire.. Wo may fall fmai th‘‘ pmn iiUu id In.nor and funn', and ¡«ink thu lowrr iin iIimu aco^ SiKii.‘<ufll. plont'urec olien i;nil ill isatu'ty and disgust, oi ^ickllc^'ti anti tb aiht Our ntìan tu and dearoHi rèlii» ijoua and fnond.'* nri! torn from our bl«‘ediii)i 111: rt^ by the ruihl(‘i>» hand of dclitli. In « SMud, what ilo wc eiij >y that wc ttlay not lo^e i* •• For all fle.'h Srt a« ¿íras;^, and the glory of man as the llower ol i^ra.'s.” ’Biii in iMcrnily oxery thtiig ia nnrhaiigablr und eiorhihting. H> ppiui't<t« nnd mispry are hoili wuhout I lid; and tin* subjects • f both knovt that thirt is tliH case. O how tran»poriinj for the-^alnl^ on hi.h lo look forward thro' the ^ucce.-sion of eti'riuil    with the  lull a^^urancu that thi'y r<ha|l bu happy tluoiiHh them al. ; nnd that tln'y «hall f cl  00    change but trotn xl'**')' *** K''"'y ¡ On ihe other hill I, thin I» ih” bitteretii liijreilient in tho cup of diviiie tlii<plcn,siirc, in the fn-iiin; stale, that the niisery is eternili. Ü with what horr r dooi« tluil ib npairinj rry. Former ! Ftirt vor ! ! ForCver ! ! ! etilio ihn»' thf vaults of hell.! Ü the |»an>»- ntid es-rrui iaiiii^ agonies uf>thc t*oul forcUcr lo«i and il miietl !    .  1,H It necessary to oiler any thing farther to convince you of the •np'‘rior iiiiporiiiiicf  01    unseen aii(|_«'tfrnal. to .-eeii and temporary thiuiis ? Cían a rational per.xnn be ai .i-ny lo>B lo choose ii^ «o plain n case ? Can you nei'd any ar^unie.nl» to coiiviiii-c yoit ihnl an eternity fif tht; inóNi ptirfect h ippi-ni'.-is ir< rather t*» bo choNeii than a few, years «if Sordid aiid nn?nt s'yinij lielight.-» & plea-riirci* ? Or ihat ihtvformer ehould IMO bn forfeili'd and ¡sacrificed for the yukn of the: lineici* Have ymi any reinotniu»’ ^cfH|de;i,; vyhether iln* litil«^^ nnxtetiWit and mortifnm^' li' iís ofa pioutf lifo arc more intolerable ihitu evi-rlatuitig puntHhiiipnt.^ Whai then meaum .tn infaiuaied world, ubo lay out ifll tber time- and cotic rn on temporal, ihiiij^.t, /ind mof<l criuiin illy iiejjli'ct tii«* rai-t and imjior. iiiiil aflauH <jf elernity ? Seeiiijj, (h'-n. h.'ii «I* solili leave ihi.s wi>rid. niid all ifii j'^y.-i anti ttorrtms; anil .»etòni» tbai we muM  upon no unchangeable &/ evjirta.siiu^ K>a:c tif happinor-it or miM’ry, ii ouyhl tobe t'Ur chief and hi^hi*>t .‘Solicitude lo end our pri'.'^eni pil.,''rtnia:;;e happy and well, t>o tbal itc iniiy r reive a crown t f righteou8iio;‘.-i, arid avoid cieroal mini-ry. It i« a inatier ol very fonall inoinent, »vlnoh-r we rio happy or nii.Hcrable liere, if we be bapj^ty for?>ver bereal’iir : but we may be both happy here and hereafier, if wt- will humbly Huimiii to, Jiiitl wa k in ilie ri«;ht Way.s of ibe Lord, ihon.h wé may have, (a.-* we ceriainly hhall in a y;reaiei i f le«« ileiree) lo htiffi r peric-«•inioii, '•Thej'O aio they «Inch come mn of ffieat trdiulatiou, atnl have washed .tlieir rolti'K, aiurmndi’ tin'll) white in the Idiiod of the Lamb, 'riieruforc are they oef<»re ilio throne of God, and Ht^rvo him day and nijht in hÍK temple ; nml hC that HUfth i>n ihe throne ?hal| dwell ainonjr Ihetu, O'hey rli .11 hiin^fer no mors, iiui>her thirst any more : nenhér kIi iII the «un light on <h nt, nor any heal. For the Lamb, uhich ic^.in the iiiidst Ilf the thionc »<hnll leed ihem. nod rlia I lead tbeurunto living fount inti oi wat(«r: and Got! nhad wipe away all te^lr^ frolli iheir eye.'.” Wheii we sufTer any ru-jiroai h or oouiempt on acumint of rij|hte-ou^iiehH, hovy woulil a pr p'*r « Stilliate of e-teinal ihiiig.-v fortiiy u8 wdl»mola tiled coti».  htíu!»e ufi'Mii n r- ck : nnd the rain de-i einl. i'<{, and (lie floods c> me, ainl tho wind Idew .mi lifai opon ih<ti lion.se, and it It'll ntii ; for it «:aH lóondi:^! np' n a rock." Tlii>s in tho M'!Íy lo bniid for Iteavon .ind ''teriiity.  Aiui f'Vcry otie tlinl Iiearelh ihe.Ke í»ayitt,.¿.« id lyinu and diM-tli noi, aliail ln? liken* d linio a fooli.^b man. »ihich buiU hn< Imusc nptoi Iho ntl, and tbo rain ib■^G^■ndl'd, and thó llood« canif, mnl ibf wiml b!ew auti fcat npon thal hon.-^e, ¡u>í il fell; and ereai \va.- tlie liilj I,i it.''J^l5Í3 i.s ihe May lo hui)d Ibr time.--lor ih»+'I)t *il and hell.  il wc    fcvk and»'cure the favoY id'  Gii^nííí the happíne.",-’ ainl bjitis of heaveii >v1í||Iu^t do ifood ; w'bii.h inipiief! ;n hoiifsi and a pÍuc re de.-ire tu Íí* ep aH the coin-ini.iiiltuçnlM Hu'd ordmam ea ol our beaven-y l'’aiher: whfiherfa?<y or difljcult, (ninl li s comuiiindtuiMit» are noi grit viui.-) w lie-ibt r liiühionnhltí or not, whether iijireeable to Olir natural eoii'tiluii' n or i o>, whelht-r ei.joiti iijf the perforinatrce of duty, or Ibr-bìdiliiij^r ihe couimisiiion of'!*iu, vvliether re-gardni^i tln- heait, mimi atnl temper, or thi« outward b'.diavi' ur and depoiiniem. A eon-.•'tairi Miti, uniform re;>;artl to ab God'n fotn-iiiandmenl!*, i.n 1er all icir^■uln^lancl•.‘^, and at all timeN, ia implied in doin),' gond ; for ihc principle of idieil.enoe is ln»e tt) G"il : thai is, we iiiUNt obey (Jod bec uhi* wo love-bini; we must do ;rood betiaus*^ wo ibdiybt su doin;j rroiíd ; mh rwiHi* ina ¡ili hypocri-y. coiiHiraint or M lfiihue>i<. and cannot ho plea^in^ and acceptable io Goti. '•BlcsH«‘tl are tìiey ih it do bis coinmaiulments that  • he) may bave right lo thè tree of hlo, nod may enter in through the ¡r.ites into the ei-ty:” , '• If any man will conio alter me, let him deny hiui!<(>lf, and take up his cniss. and foÜow me.’’ W'e ^hall ere bm^ be en-^ulpln-d in an awful eteriiuy, whciher W'o ilitnk of it or iH'i : w hetln'r prepared or tin* prepared. Aiiil without deep inipre».-‘ioii-i of eternity ou oiir heari», and frequent ihoui>hlfiilneHs abimt it, wo cannot bo prepared for ÍI. Alili if we aro not propareil loi it, how miserabli* will bo our lot But if prepared, how happy and jflorious ! Look not, then, at the tliinu« which are neon, bdi ai the ihtnyis which arc not s«een, for ilti* ihingH whti'h are seen aretcmp’ r il, but ti.e things which arc not Meen are eternai.  VV. D. fíUNTEU.  wìih a biríío nnd rtr^pocable b.i.iy of (’hriiì-I ai^.^din./ lirin^. Union, prop, r uniou, enti only bt-‘ ' br ii_-lit aliout i»y ih« utiuuaie power o( ir-iih ujiosi the heart. A niati mii.st ho lunghi lo .see and bi<;l tlitil all other r< li-ifiyn- Ih II ihat fpieatl out upoii (he pa/jes ol thè Hihb', i.-i Worse ibiii niorkery in the night of heaven—that ali Inoÿ cherished flfid deaily belovotl pracliceH which are not.'do-iiw;tl diiectl) froiuiihe JJd>le, no niatier how iniieh «oiner revert-d (or tiieir nntnjuify or the .soiirce.s bom which they came,Kiosi be iinen up, of l)n*ir h'i dera fliiirn .iu Ihc la.-il day, in Ihat i>vi;rvyhc'liVun‘T .senienco, you !iii’ w your duly biit.you did it not. From f<ui;h a ^CMllt■n(;o limy wn all bo delivered-— both l>apii>i.s and DiHcip!os—yet tha nom - r the woman who ha,s iioi tho-cournifc to  or  lo render u Äirici aecopiil, at ihe bar of rage, and make us wdliuff to force ouirway  God, of ibö ib-edä done iu thi; botly, and ¿be rewanlcd accoidmyly. L ie anti ileaih are p.aced iiîifore you. and you are called upon by the h.uo of God, iu ihii yift ol Ins ilear Öon, loryt»urualv-itton aud reilempiion to chooi-c 5*1)0 one autl avoitl (lie olbiT.-Great are the niotives presented in the yod-p I ot the f.ivor Ol Giid ti» woo and iuibu.i; you to ?eck the Lord. To ehioiace ibe of-.er» id' mercy and «a.vauon, utnl prepare lor the great tlay <d j nlgin tn. But {'leaT a.' are lhc^e inotive.-', they will Ktill ex ri no beiieiiciuf tnllu-uce upon you, uoleoct yim vvid gi*u to tiniin a cundid; fair anil an h -ne.xt uitent on. and' coitriideni ion. You inuKt bring tnetn in coiuact wnh your monlH and bipartii in order lo loel iln ir intUieuce and ¡rower.' . The,hungry m U'tnu^t go lo the board, nmi the thirty unu) to the loun* lain, lh.it they may Ktli»ly Iheir hunger and thiini ; BO tlie nin*BÌck noni muKi apply to tbo Gieat Phy.sic.au tliiit he may be cured, that he ni'iyjbo healed of the iiiortil b‘pro:>y ol sin. V ;umay refino tu ajtply and die tn your aniH, ami ^ink down to lieil then* to biuient your folly w lien toi> hiie, n tw th-tiianding there m a Beihet-da protitled tn which you niay vmikIi aou be « leaii or in tie v>holo. God hart M t liefore you all the tei-rorrt id hell to pie>enl you fmni ^oiiij,; ihere, ami pbtceti ben>re you nil ibe j i)« iiml liap-pinepH, the binisi and glory . I iieaven to draw you ihither; and, if tn di;s|)Ue of ab lhÌ!«, ycHi Wtli Htill runh madly to heb, we «i-it yon in the natiio of reaMoti and eoiiunon M'H'1*, Will mil ytiur dauiitniion be ju'i ?— God Inn» i‘o d<!ieriiiini'di ami yioj will he CiMlipeib'il to acknow led j;e II iit ilni It i tii juili.'4iieni, to yonr own ^hum<• and to(îH.ini-in^ Coiil'uííion und diiti,iruce. lîut ibií utgril  to belivi n through di>grace, rather than üiiili (o liell w iih thi‘ general applause ol u Wicked \vorlil. “ S.rive to enter in at the btniight gate ; I'ot^ niany, i fuy unto you, will peeli to enter in, and tahalí noi he able." A'iil JeKua ^ald uoto them, "'I'ako heed, and lifw.oe of coM;tou^líeH^ ; lor a inan'r-Ilio CoiiM.'teih not in the abuii>lanre of the thiiig.s vvliioh he poaai hseih.'* *• And he i'p.ike a punible unto them, Nay.ng, Th« ÿjroitnd Ili' a certain rich man brou,j>ht foith plentifully : ami he thought within hiiiiMcIf, wayiii,', what »iliall I iJo tiecauso ( Inivt» no room where to bi'btow my lruit> f And he ^aul tbi.s ^víll 1 do: 1 w ill pud down my barnt), ai,(i I vvid build greater, and ilieie wiii I be»low all my (mil» and m. gotulp. Aud I will fay u|ilo iny moiiI, thou habt iiiiich good» I id up ior iti.iiiy year^ ; tilico tlhiif I iiMs eat. ilruik and be meriy.— B'lt (»0.1 haitl nulo hiiii, tliou loot, ihitt iii,<hi .shall iby miuI be reipiirud of thee ; rlien w hoîje hliiill thorte tliinvr» be winch ih'U hiiH provnietl P Ho i,-< he lb.it Inveiti up irea-Mui'i* Iwr hiniMtdf, and If* not rich ioward.> God.’’ “ I ctnintiel tlii'o to huy of nie j^old iiii-d ill the lire. III..t ihoii mayst be rich ; and while i.anueut, that thou nnlye^t ho cioihetl, and iliiit'thi! hhiiinu oi iliy iiukfol-nih'H il I not a|i|iear: and aiiiiint itiiof eu;* With I yo Hallé, thal thou maye,~l nee." It in M‘rye\nleni tli .1 all build loo loW', w ho imild benealh the ^'kIe^ ; for thoir Inon-e \yili in .^t-ci'ruiiiily be ovtMihrowu in (he '•‘oiiiui r fitiiriii. It Ilia) lio atd<i;d, how nro '.SI', io biiiht t-'o (bat our building u.ay noi bo .1 Miitne.l f -■'riio HiiVion. inlorm,*i ut*, i'ay-III,,;, “ iliini foro vvh .'»oi vei heaieih (he.-ie •-.i.yitii»« III mine and doeih iliom, 1 will b-Leu ioni non.' u    man, \vbii;b loiilt bin  Fon íTirii intkllioencer.  Bno. Goss ;  jDcarBir—'Il rnii.<l be vinry plhiining lo yon, Htnid.^t /ill thé diilicultie« conn.-cied Avith ihe Kdiiorial life, to receive frtiiH the undivided b oiberh i)tl, for your labors, the pliiudii of well d.dio ¿o,od ami faith ul ya^l.^ 1 iiííiiire you so far ns'iny ai-tpi îm-itnco ijoef», not a unirmii'r Id diaconteni is bi?iirif in |,he land, mU\ìì from a very few* oi the Baptist-, aud this siriíieá, I have no dtiiibl. Ir IU your sévère, yet just s(riCiiin*»\ (i't least 1 think ¿o) upon the coiiduci ol I'Mitor ^ auds ol the He Í4Í0US HeVald — you fiiü-l ha\H learned eni ibis ln>w d.ffi ult tt id (if iioi iuipbSsib!».',) (o pleii'O every btidy.  ; This briii/H to tuy mintl the siibjeci ol Uiiuui \Vith tht! Biipii-ts,” uml iijiou ihi.-^ riabjoct I ciiUi|bi (iay, ih .t how tnucb ¡.¡o e-vcr I may deiti;^ utiiou iiifd comniuniofi witii a ti'i-y liirgii portion of thi.s [liople, jfit union cn m'laae, iSj it appears to I'lie, ai liiiïi -iitiie, tiny lliitig lull debiruble. They do not appear yei to nnder.-^i ud us, nr our p isiii. ti —and they ha\o lai.I very erroiii^ous con* äiruction» on the elTort id oiir brethren if» efi'eci iiiiion \ytih ihoin; they have ituugiiied that we Bought strength aud re.spectatulity by thic> union, railier than tho honor id’ t>ur King atnl liia laws, nnd have r.itheruiicour-lei'unily rejected the GÜy ; branch held out to iheni. A union, of boilie.-^, irrespective ofbibUCnl ktiow etlge and tnoral worth, ap* jio.irs to ure of .ill things mo>>i nnde.-^irabh;, and as long as nur Uiaclnng' are »0 disüun* ilar, iiuiou Would be productive i»f a statt-  • f thmgs greatly to In; depiecated hy cvi ry Bible Christian. At ihid une it could lítiU bo fííFected ^if at ad) by a coiupnuriise— each (uirty tiacrificing ttotneihing uf their pecu'iariiies ; but let me ask wh t have we to Mirrender even for the si ke ol min ii f -Shall il be weekly conimuniou ? Wo can-tioi yield thisMi hnig «s it is writien iu the S.iittiie Biiok of jlieaven, “ tin* disciple.s came together on tin* fusi day of the week to bteiik bread.” C^mid we ns a Prince_-i.-d' ring ami law*abiiling people givo up ihi' ,or tim f|unrU*rly or monthiy comniunioti, pracii.'cd by the Baptists? W h**re isti once iiameil in the Bildê, that the disciple» came iiigHiher on iho firsi day of iln* nioni| , or qunnoHy, to break broad Or »>hall W'e i;ive up rt'tninsion ol tiinti in conmii tiou with ioi'nierîUon ? If wn do, tlia m unln oí' ihe Master, wi.b ring in our o.ira iliKuttfh lite, evt*n down to ib-nih, n nuui muni hi.'  borii fil wa ti.‘ nntl Spirti.” Bui,nieih.nk.s, f hear t'ouie '/nod Baptist nay, '• ihi« hiti re-(ereiico to the lungdoin aiioVo.” Qin*.ry. D .oa it requiro more »hm to preparo a man for the lou er, llian tin* Ui»p"r kiogdinn.’  - the church, th in he.iven ? And. f'ay.» I'e-1er, " Itepeni and bit.bapii.'etl, lt>r the re* ni'si-ion ol'    No, e‘iiy our gooii Bap-  tiHiH, *' He¡n ni Mid be bapii-etli becaii'ó your Mils ha\e been reniiiled. ’ .Shall wif ahariflon ili<;rO c'eur and unetptimcal ti'ach-ingH for ihertt; comp traiividy new traditions, that reinifthion i.f mum is pmniiHed to the uiibi(itised ill ait.'Wer It) pr'iyor abme, (ii n^ellto be,) but now ii-day,> upon the o.ver-ciso id faith, t»o coi|itiidti-iory to iho Mailer, vUieu.be .-ays, “a man mu^i be born ol water and Hpirit,” ami to Peter when be ileclaref. repentance and b pin*m for remn-fiion? LiM tln'in (Irj-I hinw that iieilber ihr» :\1 hter nor IN 1er mean wbai thev say.-™ Until then, let in* not aii.Hiinie ihest* .'lariling t’iuiirailiciioiu4, ilnit a inau may ami iicui-ally ilotM, li ve remiMuon of siu.-*, and yei hi- not a i 'hri-tiaii! ist ho );iiod, ih'il (iod has, for (.¡hri-t'a aake. foriiiven htlii hi^J-iiis ■—yei III! irt uiuvoitliy ol ihe einlduma bitunl and w'iiie. wiihoiil b p'ir-m, tioiwith:»! imliuir Jio ban airn.idy riMeiveil ilie benefii of ijini ol whii'li thoM) Ihin 01 are but the embb'iii! | ~ !Ho linlyed, we tviuiioi depuit boiu llu) I'.rtj'iufei' tliii'i, iboe.;ih w<• ¡; no u itniou  siiintl up birilli*, truth when ii iCdi>coVerei; m, be i-utih, desurvus on tho filial day reward-s and punÌHhmeul3 a coWard’H doom. On thm ther liain!, .nIiouUI iitiy one with tho  H,+diHn «»lio band, nnd the other on his hciirt, suy, that he i.s ui,i^Ic to discover the te.icbiugM ol the Diiic'iple» to bo more Hc.ijilurMi i.ii ihetio Hubji'Cts, !han.' thosn of ihe B ptÌH.s, he shouid titii enter into this iiuion. Il he aft U|> to the light« bffore  h.m. nothing more wid be required of hug I prestuine, by lu*a\Cn’h Kiugv ■ Nor iudeed should man désire it. FiV many of the [ Bapti tH 1 -frei iiotbing biìi the kindest feel-iiigrtv I am at all times reativ to extend to them, ili her in n pr.va'fi or ohureh capat:i. ty, unleigned ho.-pitality. t letd that they are «iiy b'ndhren, iln' ngli ^f>parnll>d froni lel-lowülu|) by laww eti icietl under faliio lights and di»tiiried vi.«.jon, yet nmong.*^t tlieni I hiio 00 large u ^hare of d.ficiirdant materials, thal IU my iniml if union Wouid he bui ihe pn-imle to tin- by-gone scout’s of other ilavN—11 perfect up-;iiruakitiL' of the ;mnrch Ol tícripiural reforîuaiiun; mid if desirutîtlon ol whauner hule good feeling and fellow-ship w filch m:iy now exist between aonie* lew oi (he Baptt.'ts niitl Di-ciiílc.-«. Noi<ir, i had rmber thing- should.ekist ai< tfioÿ nre^ or rather ua 1 Jiope they wilt hiiortly be-— lei each jnirty e\leiidto the other Clfriulinn civilitii'H iinil lioapitalitii .s nttwe provo oiir sincerity and williugueSs to dti innnr weekly luviiiition.-i to thoui tf> .x|irronnd thecbm< moil t.ihle nf t'lur Lord—let them do the same to us ill t»inc;erily and (rulli, and I a.'*k no more lit their hiihil»~>-ihti} is utiion enough for nio-r-fei them «b» this, nnd It wi I be the lloiinning of betlör days for iho C’hiiauar World. 1 assort it u¡>on re-flecuon atid obi-einatiosr that there ia 110-ihing in tho ChristiHu ecotiiHuy which ^o etî'fCiively. unites the heart.i of "Chri.'tlnn^‘, aa tn meet arounil the table of their Fiith-er, thcieby shevVing that CbristiatiH arft e-ipiaj to Vdie ntiiither the W'ofld over. That we are all biethren horo, ajjtl wiil lie a * te eiei-niiy —■yc'i, (ho day (hat iirÌu^H ;Baptist;-ind l./iscipleii (ogoilier lhu^‘, will b« the hri^hle.'t' that has ever Tlawne*} upon tliiti dark & tronhled land of onrs. f haVo nfufn .hmi^hi ho^y nnp!ea*antly iho.««' hhy.s and regulalion» ^et upiu. nj nÿ of the besi ol »/leir meni'^'r'i-^ihry vfMÌly believe iltat ma. ny of my breihren nro LhriiUions, and il (Mirisilaii.-i then aio ilii*y heir« aecordiug lb ihi* promi-e. and w^iih this tielief, it niusi bo piiinf.il to ti em li' wee us deni d the Christian privileges. I huve thoughi thut cotihl ihii ^Ia^llrr du:<CfHrd ivlfCu they: were admin-i'teriiig ihij, embleni>. and s«:o llienv pafi.s my brethri-n uueereinoniously with hentls t.irned, as if conscious that all is init right, and he were to put the st irtliug iiitontgatu<.. ry, Wh» refuMi iliose whose redemjiii-iii wiiM bou„'h( with tjie priCe pitid for youra? the.so who have obeyed mejii n I uiy i ppiiinted ordinancei!! Ilf» well ny you? \Vhal wouhl lie the ainswer ? Coujd tinfy »ay Lord I did not know those worn thine.* No iudeeil. tiioy could md approach him who know;* the human heart thus—might no( the Al .is-ter say inasmuch ¡is you diti it u d uiito t|c leapt of ihe^e niy d sciple.s, .you, <1 d it not me—d<*pnrt I kuowyo lioi? Though I ilin opposed to a union of entire bodies at this nine, yet I would . gladly see thi'i middle «all remmed. nnd out ofthntwaMi one now man formnd ; for I do h' lievfi that ammigat tliiuii ihere ¡'‘ u very n spectable btidy w-ho think mom with us on these great inciisiires thaii with ihe Old Baptists pmpor, unleas imlecd iht'ir ciiufesxiouti'are from the lips, and noi ‘Vom the heart, which t atri by «10 means di»<piised 10 believe. VViih ihe«e I would n j ici; to unito- Many of our brethren sulïerod II vi'.ÿ painful opprutifUi bc-causc th<?y could iit.-} yield these very important iruihs. nor in;d««tl can tliVy do so ; ibey are ns ucriptmalíaud importaui now a-* thi*yWere twenty years agiv nnd inusi remain HO as long as the réyolrílion W'hich God has given of his .Son'iihnU last.    *  AMICUS.  on inaniinaifi crealionJ ricii and frngr.int odor» ol delighi ! ; NÜ p^in oif -aorrow here is known ; íiir sinv «» ;>?(* ,haii * entered not. *' And ihti Lor(i:<|o(Í |4attted a giinlen I'lasi.vartl in Èden, tinij fliefe í»o put tho man whom he iiad for»i^áii((?en.  «i. Vii.) And out of tho.«r«uu»l ' w Lord G Cid I ou MW every'lree that it< plcss-iint to    nnd good for food, tho trcó  of    luidst ef the gaVdcn, and ?  the tre^HjIiow'leilgi* of good an<l evil—  (S’th v.)^^^Sd a rivcrrwctit <»(l( of Hliin (o enter the garden.” i v. Ot) Here «e ìtawi'X- ^ Jiibitcd rh(5 perleciion of God's loyi*, incrcy, anti gorjcincf<8 in^ms iiupaling man with ali Id his aniinal cTeaiiou-, together in har-ntonious hiipptnesK, contentedly continuing under his »0.1 siu; power nnd influ«nci&*-Tii« ti^«- first !if. rill -••utnnia;.'i»ely~-»*frW#rwis»t’ï4ii. his (líroaioríLord aVnl Go</ —í/ífjf b» him ohe- • dioiif.;«    id>¿ilí'*J\c»* ti» h|H, Sovp-  reign’s vvi,for word pprjicfrn-lcs th»^♦ riaigivt>f perliiL'i pe>¿5;e, of tijenialv luoial, uociftl and .'‘piriiual cout^^rsio and pptsonaî çotninuniôn |w iîh hi» Lord nkd God. Eve, too, aliikts cn>t braces ajid,parlak5^2S of ihesc joy». , TaH, fin ii.d and ir» e, iu body, mind au"d heart*— to I vu (i»yyj»tjriiking ol the tree of life) and jio JÜ. joy it 11 knowledge and imittuction,to ihem imparted by the condiiiQti of all a-kound and about them, at'id nbosç-'«!1 by d.iily conversu uilh iheir Uuad apd .Gpil, !*ne interdiction iVttered UieitmherwiîiC itn-1 iniled; andi unre^iraini*d> f fcdt.in of perfect, àbsolntiî and uucondhional libetly. all thing« elne-to enjoy »igUt« and sunud» niid aenee ; conxnit and htrjipy tliu« to rçign iu cé¡iat*less blitiá ç'Vtitiiiuou!*;. T.hi-v »imple, nhort, but- abaoluie Cfiiiiiiiündf wa» all the (i brd enjoined : Ol every itce of the garden ihou.imiyest freely eat,-(v. 10.) Uul of tho tri\e id the knowledge «nf good and evil, ihtiu ^haH not eat of it, for ui the day that ihpu ejitcat thereof ihuu Bhidl. fcutely die,”  (y. 17.) It. AVI.» debiined to probing, not cut short their-bappnic»3—their joy wuu’d have been unccayingi. Adam well knew thal their coutiuuant^e therein, hnug npop = iheir ftiiihful obedience to it:» letter. H^re t'.o, iiUiy we « Iwasuu learn v.f \vi«dô»t» at^ ■ mairuciion. Aa.all í*uii|*ture pnifiiabt«j ú>  Uij ihertforp, he knew that ih'i« pri^bibitto» was tiic enhancer, not thi* ci^rtaiier »if his joyH¿b''««nse it • ut oir the kn*f,wledge of good and cvtl. They boasted.îu thç per- | fectiou of all good, whelher addrcs.sc<i.to ihe body, mind or spirit ; they needed nut the knowledge of «vtJ tù gtvc a.reliâh to iheir ceas«»e!is, counilcaa com oriB. ‘»And God said^biihuid, I have given you every -, he.t) bejiring seed wlitch is npon the laco of all tJ(e\*íirth¿ and eveiy ttce ui.iltc «hich tsthe Irim yfa tre<? yielding i-e«d, to you «hilt be b*rmeal, (* hap. «Ú.) And'i»ffve-ry beast «( ihe eanh, ami Ut jt voty. fo'»! ,6f ill« iitrjiiand tJr evury tbitig'ihal çi-f‘»*petb upon ihc earth m herein iheru i» bit;. 1 luivd givfiii etery green herb for niaal and it was .so, (v. íiü,) ’i’h?:» conhning hi» d.et, t (111* ticfbs uml tree.Hj ^one cxci*|Med,) nearing hced on iho earij», what teiur cal-  enl.iteij (or lli<3: coiituiijiiiice, of ihi'ir roi»«  teiiied cond^ioii or peacefutiy prolpii«cd }ii«‘, s<i I 1% lisihat iorijidden tiui on which waa inscribid, at* it weie, tjrti Law, was Hy fhi nV ^huïiÍH■d, lierinissitely. eiiji>yed bnly ity 3#V///,and not by Íiíncft, M«i k, iny bto-(hur, we art»; here ct^iicinjdatiug niun only in his state of Parad siacal }ttleet peaco aud hnppioes.',—that Stait, which wuS -%cr known t<i otheia tnao Aditniati'd.  Hence, th¿ ijtrongC|tt htretcii of titiin^ií far-leaohiug iiui.gJoaiiiSi n« vi?i Van atiaui 6 glimpsc of it» ttìuliiy in this his gehernlo aiid degenerate condition. This cautidn ia iioi neediUi 1«) you, but may bo uf importance to your readers who'may somewhat piirtake of ihb prevailing error of this- day and gcneiratifHi, by confounding the varioui} jM'rmi?|iiïo add pfohjbiti ry' covenants and condirion.s under vvh.ch God his Creator has seen ft.i to pbicc man at diilercnt times aud in difiiiirent agesi. Alt th»' rt »t» the in. evitable conscipieiicc of his firi! from the first, ntid cach'eucceoding one- Each, though, distinct, si-jVarate Irotn, nitd;. initè-pendent of ilit; oihef. whon establishctf, and reacbiiig from a of pt bit hirjlípiupíss below-, to pèriect and perpetual peaçi», and bliss in thtr glory of Uod’a'neyer enditig prusencó on* high. SufVtc« this fot otir second, with grace, mercy and peace to yôu, thiuugh oiit Lord Jcsus» Christ.  voll THU tlSTKI.I.IOrlNCUR.  Yotui TItws, May í2I,’4ii. Bki.ovkd BHoTnt-;ii Goss ;  Having clo.ieil my iSr.-ti Coimnunicalioiv fo you, W'itli iluf*contetupiaiion of ihc com-pli;ti( consiiiutïon id .\laji, fn body, mitid and hpirit, ihu veii-.^miihtntb) ol his M ikcr, to wlioui id a t 111- cicnt.ioMs ho had impart-ei| the most conMiiuiviauij beauty and perfection, e-M'utiiil lo ibe iexhibilit»n "f Ins lule, dotuinioii ai d power over aU the rest III hit> creations, huUoniiUiiio to los Gte.il .'ViUlior’H Will and Wonl, his w ludo nppear-nnco anti cotuli.i"U were .Hiuguboly siiblime and Hup<;i'ior to all t.iilduuary, oreated and iiis|’-ired inlelliiti'ucea, lu (his last particular being ptM-e.ltatly ttiii(.!uliir. Having in-huletl the luuaib of tìoil and rectMved iVoin 111!’ own lijis the iii(;|'ititi:4 inttdluTeiu '•! his Word, how cou'd he othnrwi^e ihau relleel Uiiick tlu* poi‘fi,‘ct knowbvilge, wisdoto. pfiw-ei: ami gl.'oy of hi^ 1 've inipartiiui Lord aud G.id, iiä jiinli r on the llist d y-tbiwu of hii>  e,\Í!steín'e ! H-'W beauliluUy and h.>ruioui> tui'ly adapltnl aiu ibo <ui auh to elfeCt bii-ow n iiloFiohrt eiij,. ! iSfi clasb'ug or o.ou-tluíiiuií of duly wiih cnuu-iutb-'-of \ydl nr alulity to obey—-‘W it'i «h'Ti, oï.sinyp’e pr*i-i:epi;i andciouiauds;! Behold bun (dii*-i"'ui u uh I'lw* ¡Í) 1‘afadir e! !\! uUtniuj', all uui-iiiau) cniuuou t.y té^i '.Vt;:.il and wi!l, .Uid  rcR TUK iNî'j:i.i,toeKrK«.  Monîgotw'ry Co., Va.i June J,‘45. Db&u niio, C»o.^8 ;  ilaving bei'U appointed by ihti Co*opcra^¡ (ion of SL0Ulh■^\veslern Va., convciied at Cypres« Grou*, Pulaski. ihu 4ih Lord's day  m May, to forward for, iiublicatitai, a swrjt-nsary of tho reporls inaUe to ih u fuidy t»y bretlufii BuUard, \Val(b»U, PuiiGan and Hughart. togeilier with othtir ttòuisof intc-» rest, 1 scud you ibe lollowi»;f :  Sov»-nteen churches were n'pn>sentedvBtid fr»un the vnriou.s reports ina<b% (some of them nnperit ct,) it appeared, th<‘l tio- who}« number id' di.-oiple?. Cttiuposiiiiî these chut-ches, was abt>ul seven huudred.  Brother Bull.iftl’ brought chci^riiig iiUel-îigem-é frtuu IL nry ; (w*> no'.v clnuohes»* one huing e.xisujd for sonic limo aa a hraiu h of H* rrc. Pasturi' cbureb, vveu> or« gatiticd at iiupor’i;!!!! posut» t!ú bii^ way up; one (u*;U‘ Wel-^byi»«', t.f Ü5 uiembcrs; au» other at Leathei'-w'ood, Henri eouniy, of l ì ineinbeisi ; and »he li4ht id’ t% was dispelling datkneÿa iu th« sxutotiudiog eoiH)t!er%    ]' ' ' \__  BfoUu'i W ish hai, w>io ha<l a.« the    of the ñtdd for the last  luouth« lepoio d (ha( since ihi^ ß«t «tí Oß' u tv r nt wdile.h tune we h«ìd a C0-^»4>('ratioïs ou Sinking ürt ok, 1,b* r*> bad hivÎn sOine ^ addui-n.;, ôxolu;ove of    hi îî*'iîrÿÄ  ■Ho Huitf “ wo h^ivW p>iKt(4>e4 pothssl at ironie of w hn h mu»h mîërtsî il* !'*it ; li u«;w ohuich hí^rt Imeìi Oi'i^a.iàand lu vJdi-ii iii).in;y, ahoni ol) inci'iiîS#»''. CüÎI^îÎ" .SpriHO Uni», îo thr coutii'sesol T-a^wsU  ; äisasiiiÄiiÄÄsaÄSji   

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