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Bloomington Indiana Student (Newspaper) - January 1, 1884, Bloomington, Indiana
The h Indiana student. Lux it Veritas. Vol. X. Bloomington ind., january 18s4. No. 3. A reverie. A reverie. God in hit infinite Wiida he Given a it All for on life world something that Only we in our Wennen porch once can Coco plish clothing the poor and the sick with the cloak of love and compassion feeding the hungry and caring for them with a Christian Devotion. If in the slams and the gutters some image of god May have fallen cursing the hand and the love that is leading and Loving him Eveh oars is to nose up the fallen to care for and nourish and help it and by the Grace of on father to Lead it at last to his altar. Coald we Bat gain one such jewel to Shine in the Crown he will give us when through the by ways and Hedges of life he has lovingly led us that will be greater by far than the wealth which the world has in keeping. That will be Honor More blessed than All that the world can bestow us. So must we travel along by the paths that Are Laid out before us. Some May be narrow and rough but the wild Flowers grow in abundance sending their fragrance abroad and telling us god is their father though they Are Humble and Small they Are doing the work he has Given. So must we Ever with patience endure what his Wisdom doth give is. Praying for strength in on weakness for mercy and Pardon in evil striving each Day to live better to Mould our frail characters truer. More in the likeness of Christ who was Given a pattern and Model. And As our lives thus passion in growing expanding and ripening. Going through periods of pruning of chastisement seemingly cruel. We must nol think of the harshness but Only the end and the glory which we shall have for our own if faithfully All is accomplished. Though you grow weary and worn and life May become a great Burden. Casting in a blows and sorrows across the pathway of pleasure Ever mindful of this that life is a Trust not a plaything and yours is to treasure and keep it and then at the last to return it. He who has Given and blessed it and he who in Goodney protects you. Warding off dangers and harm Loving you always forever he will expect of you this that your treasure increase with the using. Then will his Blessing bestow and a Crown to is filled with rare jewels. A chasm Dick lbs Isth 1883
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