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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - October 12, 1861, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, . Little 33 my Kinney amp co. Editors and proprietors. Terms in Advance. T subscriptions. .,$1-501.25 red in either 07 the Catiis. 2.00 i dollars we will Send by mall seventy number the dollars thirty three numbers. Job Dink us Twenty subscribers anti upwards will entitled to a paper without charge. If should be prompt a Little before the year expires a a Nants by Safo hands or by mail. Is to David my Jinney amp co., Pittsburgh a. For tie presbyterian Banner. Lost Zeal. Vii was on a visit to his native a Massachusetts from his Homo in West. He attended Divina ser the Sabbath in the old Church Biclie he had been taken in his years. The old Square pews had taken out and replaced by modern ficut in Many respects the building i changed from what it was Twenty fore when or. Haven left the Vil sem cd of a new Home. _ re wore changes in the congregation red in vain for Many a fade familiar in childhood and youth. Re was one strongly marked Countee which lie recognized that of or. I in the evening while conversing a Friend respecting the changes that a occurred during his absence or. Remarked a a i see you have or Hill spared to the reply was Sim assent without any comments such p. Haven expected. Ter a pause he remarked a a he was Post zealous Man in the Church when i jhere.�?�. Be has lost his Zeal a was the Ussatis by reply. _ i sequent inquiries enlightened or. In As to or. Hills loss of Zeal. He Las or. H. Remarked the most zealous Fin the Church. He was Seldom absent a the prayer meeting and Seldom failed e a part in conducting the services often visited the families of the Eon Tion sometimes in company with the a ter and sometimes alone. His visits generally acceptable and useful pm some a thought his Zeal was not sufficiently tempered with meekness out ten years after or. Havens Reto the West or. Hill unexpectedly red a legacy amounting to several Mcand dollars. Previously he had a livelihood by cultivating land on invested the legacy in a leather by and was prospered in his business Egan to absent himself occasionally the prayer meeting though when present he always excused himself aug the pressure of business. _ in like ier he Bagan to neglect visiting and vol. X., no. 4. The orator says of such unprincipled and immoral policy a a the great evil is that their conscience is wounded and outraged the chiefs of nations Les chefs Des nations Are not aware of the immense _ evil they bring upon Mankind in thus trampling by their great acts the Laws of a but a adds or. Naville a it is not ours to read lessons to Kings our general conclusion is that modern politics give to scepticism a powerful alas this is too True and. We see it in Anglo Saxon As Well As other communities. To shroud selfish designs under Fine names and plausible professions is not the crime of France Only in modern times Good men everywhere look on with sadness at the apparent nay practical forgetfulness that the righteous lord who Loveth righteousness is the governor of nations As such and demands on penalty of his frown legislation according to his eternal Laws of truth and Justice. As to the cause of scepticism in religion m. Naville said that at al Mouth there is a religious movement and Awakening yet. There is Mohin it bad and impure especially a in the instinct of contests and controversies and to Many persons religious divisions Are a source of doubt and a the world of unbelievers and undecided persons is constantly surrounding a professed christians the most fruitful germ of scepticism the most powerful cause of their indecision is the spectacle of the controversies and disputes of christians with one another. The prevalence of infidelity in modern French literature in periodicals in newspapers and publications of the Day was next dwelt upon. A a Eulogy on vice is often found under the same cover with a Eulogy on Christian modern scepticism also finds an auxiliary in science. Many Savans a exclude god from their views and thoughts for them Pittsburgh saturday a oct Ober 12, 1861. Whole no. 472. Meeting was refused a passport to Geneva. A the singing of hymns in connexion with the meetings of conference was exceedingly delightful. There was a collection of psalms and canticles a a psalms it can toques a selected and printed expressly for the occasion. Of these the original hymns in French were seventeen in number in German ten in English five. But in most cases French and German words were Given together and in others words in accordance with the music which was also furnished in the Book in a few oases,1 the three languages ran1 parallel As an illustration of the latter i May refer to that glorious outburst of seasonable an d j ubi la n t song which immediately followed the magnificent arid Power fill a a dry is of or. Do Aubigne on Calvin and the reformation. Rising with men respecting their Eter interests. Twenty years elapsed and a him a Rich Man just and honorable is dealings and regular in his attend on the services of the Sabbath but Jig few other signs of being a Christian to one doubted the sincerity of his Many mourned Over its loss. It was amp was he As Happy now with his Large Sion and the deference secured by his fell As he was when he Laboured with his a hands for his daily bread and was in up treasure in heaven ? inquirer. A a you have observed my wife a said the Clergyman. A a she is the Best of wives and the Best of mothers. A christianity has made her so and it is through your words that she became a circumstances were then recalled and their sequel related. The Young lady had. Stood out Bocci in in the Bath coach against her fellow traveler a views of religion despised his parting counsel and went to bed that night without Reading the scriptures or bending her knee in prayer. But she had no sooner gone to bed than conscience began to work and would not let her sleep. She was compelled to get up and dress and then she read the word of god As she had never triad it before and prayed As she had never graded before and the Issue of it was her subversion to god. When the dinner party had reassembled in a the text a beloved if god so loved us we l ought also to love one another.�?��?1. John i in 11. With her mild Blue eyes she looks at her father and he Speaks to her of the great love of god in forgiving for i Christ a Sake our Many sins and How i ready we should be to show love to All and 1 to forgive them who May do us wrong i the Little girl will now have a picture i a Hung up in the gallery from which she twill never part. A it will be the picture of f a father teaching his child a lesson of love. Let us now look Atron of the dark Pic i Tures. The scene is a prison. A Man sits i in one of the cells with chains of Iron on his legs. Twenty years ago he went to the t Village school. A pious Man was his teach i or but he cared not for the words of wis will suggest to us that such a flock As ours cannot be made to comprehend these great truths in All their varied relations that it is no Little Success if we can teach them anything that Plain practical instruction is the utmost they can Bear and that it is better to concentrate their attention and our own upon a few main Points than Endeavor to convert our Buby or careless or half instructed flocks into theologians. Some excuse will always be at hand when indolence is the counsellor and our poor hearts Are the listeners yet depend upon it this labor must be taken if we would guard our charge from evil. For the most part it is too late when the evil is lodged to attempt to dislodge it. Our people ought to be so trained As to refuse to listen to the original hymn and music were a As is j the drawing room the Clergyman said to his generally known Luther a and of course i wife a a my dear i have told Bun All and the German Tongue supplied the words. It she Rose and rushed to for. Monson As a 6 a a t a a child would to a father,.and fell on his neck and said with an ii Fotion which cannot Quot he described a a a a yes if i Ever get to heaven i will own atm Femmy spiritual blessed Are Thig Tyre add that sow beside All Waters for in heaven such surprises and recognitions Rii these will by numerous ,#1 Semcer and suffering by Kennedy is a a of fit to a by jts be publication office Gazette buildings,84 fifth st., bus Irmah i. Philadelphia South web Oor. Of eth and hmm to advertisements teems in Advance. A Square 8 Linea or less one insertion 60 cents each subsequent insertion 40 cents cacti Lino beyond eight 5 cts a Square per Una tor $4.00 each line additional 33 cents a reduction made to advertisers by the year. Business notices of ten lines or less $1.00 each additional Tine 10 cents. David my Rinney st co.,pop Jeetong and publishers. Select Reading. A live can it is a daily work Sun that shines on die to you possibly is near to Jesus hut die to self. Jesus is As a the other a Side european correspondence. I Rbt week or rms Guseva conference Large and led Matiie rink the Geneva Cathedral and the a ice discussion on modern scepticism a its gabs Ned sermons and address is at Geneva the a fast Date do to Ewe and his paper on calving Topeat on the Ali menoes Italy ask professor Mae hib oratory Home for a future conference is Intino of hymns at Geneva the american Tinas the joint Celebration of the lords supper. Geneva september 7, 1861. A fun conference this Day concludes first week of its sittings and will com be its programme within another week. Thy first communication from this place located the very Large dumber of names fed on the registry kept of those who v for and receive cards of admission be the reception of these cards gives Sion to All the meetings it does not that All who ask for them Are Actu members of the Alliance. But it does y. That they All recognise its basis As iconfes3ion and Creed As far As it goes. They Are in a word decidedly Evaugel and Catholic in their views and spirit that they bail with Joy and thankful the Opportunity furnished and the action Given by the Alliance thus to together. To attend at the office the names Are received and see land gentlemen with persons of hum position entering or departing with applied for and received Unm Istak Lof different nations and ape to Quot a a languages to he pre ent at the a a re Dos a at the Hou e of m Naville the indent of the Swiss Branch of the al or the Heau Tifel g Dens thrown i to the members of the conference by Walthy Christian it gentleman of this City to a crowd of the recognised members he one family and Church smile and a interchange words or at least above All. To be present in Jeat Church or Cathedral Saint the st. Peters of Swiss protest hand As you stand on the raised in front of the grand Eastern window a Down the Nave nearly filled with of males and females of jews and jes All one in Christ Jesus and right and left also to behold a re besides the softened Light fall that sea of faces All upturned to i or the Heads of All bowed in prayer be com non father and the songs of a different tongues and tones like Apison swell of old Ocean itself Veri is is enough to fill the heart with fullness and while Awakening solemn gainful thoughts in connexion with a Story of a divided past to stimulate Ive vivid life to the Hope of a Glori and United future. Better still it to lift the heart to heaven to the Lyvere the White Robed Palm bearing out of every nation and Kindred Nguo and people a shall ascribe a Obles i find Honor and glory and Power unto that sit Teth on the throne and the for Ever and Ern scepticism in France was Theof special and critical examination Ines Day last. It was a melancholy be because it indicated the sex stance a minued existence of that which has Eho curse of France for the last Cen of specially amongst its Litera Teara is and the higher classes of society at k opening discourse on wednesday he borate and powerful. It was the Jim read a aloud of professor a Naville of Geneva. The Skepi with which the orator proposed to was not that of the pyrrho lists which a lube existence of an external and in few Oral nor yet that of the men who u infidels As a source of profit and lid gain. A a to examine into the Ori the sceptical tendencies of men to iqra a moment into the Domain of pure a and so conclude such a said m. L a a is the plan which i propose to p three spheres indicate the work if modern scepticism a politics Reid literature. In the Field of pol often the Maxim that a a the end the is the Ruie of diploma a a is a a eternal Laws and moral ordered Success is enough is separated from politics and a a is i red an 1 Umphle place m the books top Peers. In sermons and Casein the discourse a fair thrust list and other politicians when nature is without a cause and Mankind without a the grand remedy for scepticism As or Naville showed was Faith in god a a divine a i know Quot said he a no other it # the sermons and addresses delivered during the period of the conference Independent of its special and prescribed sessions have been interesting and important. Or. Guthrie the Hon. And Rev. Baptist Noel the Rev. William Arthur or. Or Wink of Dublin the vicar of Islington London Daniel Wilson the Rev. Or. Dallas who had a meeting for the Irish Church missions such were some of those who edified the English speaking portion of the members of the conference. Or. Denham Smith also of Kingston gave several revival addresses with some marked results and or. Noel inaugurated open air preaching in Geneva by an admirable Sermon in French. Or. Krum Macher of Berlin a and other Continental pastors also preached in different places. A fast Day in Geneva according to ancient custom commemorating the sufferings of the French protestants for the common Faith presented opportunities for Many meetings Independent of the conference suspended for the Day and yet in accordance with its main design. Thus at Gol. Trench anti a House there was a Large gathering where Italy received special attention. Religious tracts also were duly considered. Thus again an English meeting was held elsewhere for the stirring up by facts related and addresses made the flame of missionary Zeal. At this meeting a foreign pastor gave interesting accounts As to the present condition of the holy land which including Lebanon had been lately visited by m. Bovett a Swiss pastor. And so it was that there was the remarkable and memorable meeting r on the same Day when jews in Christ United in prayers to god and pleading with Gentile christians in behalf of jews out of Christ. To this i referred in my last letter. A a the Swiss reformation and especially the great Genevese reformer Calvin him self furnished a meet theme to or. Merle do Aubigne on thursday morning at the reopening of the conference in the Cathedral. Never did i attend any gathering More truly heart stirring. Here was the Hureh in which Calvin preached and taught and when the historian of the reformation in the course of his address delivered from the temporary desk which was used throughout the conference meetings pointed to the pulpit with the canopy overhead under which Calvin had so often stood and the old Black Oak chair in which the great Docteur teacher had so often sat and with the vivacity of an Eye flashing from beneath those dark lashes and brows and a hand with demonstrative ardor he cried out a a Bette chaire �?T1�?T that chaire / the emotion in the vast audience was profound. Every word of do Aubigne a address was distinctly spoken and eagerly listened to. It was Rich in All the beauties of his pictorial style he Drew the portraits of cil Vin Luther and Melanethon with a distinctive Power and with a master hand he described with striking clearness the controversy of Calvin with Luther on con substantiation and their reconciliation and with a fullness of great unction and enthusiasm he recapitulated the grand article of Faith for which Calvin bore witness As the greatest of the reformers. The italians Are not to be forgotten in my notice of the proceedings of last week on thursday afternoon at. The Chapel of the oratory the Hon. A. Kinnaird m. P., presided Over a crowded meeting. Near the pulpit stairs and pulpit might be seen m. Revel and Meille Waldensian pastors with others apparently their Brethren. M Meille was the first speaker. He showed that strictly speaking there was very Little of protestantism and of spiritual religion that for the present the collision with Popery was political. Nevertheless there was great cause for Joy that christians As such could now labor without hindrance in the spread of truth he dwelt also with approbation on the. Great pioneering work done by Cavour Garibaldi and the recent letter of Baron Ricasoli he also touched of the question of the Union of Chuich and state he considered that it will solve itself by and by in the sense of Ca Vours words a a a free Church and a free but the Charm and al traction of this italian meeting was the address of m. Mazarella in italian professor at the University of Bologna. He is yet Young is a thorough orator with All the vivacity and wit of Gavazzi without his physical Force and occasional coarseness. He examined in a rapid and striking manner the antagonist positions of protestantism and Popery in Italy and the relations of the different protestant congregations to one another. He spoke with profound affection it of the various churches to which he does not belong and expressed pc conclusion the Hope that the Day would arrive when the evangelical Alliance would meet m Rome itself do Aubigne expressed the same Hope Ini his address and contrary to what is usual in the meetings there there was. A Universal burst of applause it does not speak very of a Vor ably of religious Liberty in Italy to in do to announced at the meeting of ithe Ora Toire that m. De sauces one of the expected speakers at the italian is the celebrated a choral de Luther a which begins a a Ein Feste Barg is in ser Gott a i. E. A a our god is a Strong but parallel with each line ran the French and English. Accordingly when Luther so a choral a was announced,4he three Peoples swelled together the heart stirring Anthem and with a hallowed enthusiasm glorified the glorious god and King who in dark Days had shielded defended and made vie atorious witnesses for his truth especially in Germany Switzerland and England. More than this True believers realized in the expressions of this Noble song their own and final Victory Over satan the great adversary and enemy of their souls. And so the last verse As echoing in three languages along the aisles of the Noble Cathedral ran Thusa a Yea if the world with devils swarmed in fiery ranks and fierce array we fear them not by Faith we re armed with Christ we re sure to win the Day. Thus satan we defy. Nor dread his tyranny the great accusers cast a the tempter a Power is past. One word of Christ can Lay him. Low a the last hymn in the conference Selec Tio was a for the holy supper a and was specially used in connexion with the joint Celebration of the redeemer a death. It is a hymn of Humble thanksgiving to the a n. A a a. Al jul. Lord of the feast beginning with the acknowledgement of unworthiness and sinful Ness proceeding to extol his deep compassion add matchless love dwelling on the blood which a a flowed for our offences a and a a the tasting of the sufferings of death a the american meeting was held on. Saturday at the Ora Toire. Its design was to illustrate the effects produced on romanism by emigration and on that subject or Baird bore full and Gratifying testimony in a very interesting address immediately after the close of his speech or. Do Aubigne who was obliged to leave the meeting Early craved leave to say a few words and proceeded to express his profound sympathy with a a All the children of god in America in connexion with the civil War and its results. These were earnestly responded to by the audience As also his prayer to the Prince of peace for the cessation of the strife. Or. Baird spoke confidently and cheerfully As to the future of America. A minister whose name i did not catch from Geneva in the United states read a most admirable paper on the causes of the War specially slavery. To this address i May afterwards refer. This meeting was attended by lord Roden sir culling Eardley and the leading English ministers and laity. To i selected v prayer for the Inion. By h. 0�av pk.rus8. A land of Law and gospel peace of richest fruits and Flowe is god a Eden of the Western it world what land so Blest As ours. How shall we prove our grateful thanks to thee 0 bounteous give l whose own right hand hat Umade us one by Lake and Gulf and rivet ? lord write this Law on evry heart a a our Union now and Ever 1% it. For thou Hast taught us through thy son that those whom thou Hast joined in one no he Man hand should sever a a a a a. -.1 ,. The hero souls whose prop bet dreams. Shine out in classic Story it a find Here at last the to promised Laud a a the shrine of freedoms go Jay. Our hallowed Flag of stars find stripes what Mem Ries brighten Over it the Hope of millions yet up born even despots Bow before Itsu 1 a lord write this Law on Ever heart a a oar Union now and Eicr to for thou Hast taught us throw ugh thy son that those whom thou Hast joined in one no human hand should seven la 4 the Serpent crept itt even a pure heart and by his cunning won Ifo woe woe unto our Eden Fandy the serpents Trail is on it a it million hands by madness nerved would strike the common Mother a million souls cry out for be Odd the blooded in of a brother of god to whom our fathers prayed in Bonds of Sweet communion stretch Forth thy Strong. Almighty hand to still this tempest in our land and save our blessed Union t a Dom and truth he heard. The beginnings the first whispered falsehood and it is this of evil were to Rob a Birds nest to play training which the Church has provided the truant to break the Sabbath and soothe Learned to curse and swear and Thieve. Thus he went on from one sin to another has come to end his Days As a Felon As he sits in his Dungeon if he thinks at All it is of the time when he was a boy in a Happy Village hone and Mischol Arlin the school he Calls to mind the hour Wen a saw Bis Mother die of a broken heart Ditlif sad his unkind conduct and wicked life. What a picture is this there Are Many others like it which we will not now look a at. But do you know what such a picture gallery is called ? a its name is memory. Every person old and Young has one and All Are Busy in filling it with a a pictures Bright and plea Sant or dark and dismal. What kind Are you hanging up in it ? Are you filling it with pictures of pleasant scenes of Loving deeds at Home and useful works abroad or t a. A. Are there Only those of anger strife and and perplexing them needlessly with the wrong Doh ? i i a names dates and narratives of past heresies would you have memory Well filled you but establishing them in All the contrary must be a Christian. The holy spirit of truths to what have been and so it must Jesus will help you to fill it with thoughts be feared May again be prevalent errors and deeds of Quot Faith and duty. If you love this work must be done m our sermons in Jesus if you Trust in him for Pardon and our visitation of our people m our cat Chis seek to walk in his Steps every Day we. Ing and in our schools. Especially must Hope will add a pleasant picture in the we labor to work into the very texture of gallery of memory. May Vours a Quot for them. This is the meaning of that Wise forethought which has appointed festivals for keeping Ever in remembrance those Leiding events and acts of our blessed masters life out of which All the great truths of our Creed naturally unfold themselves. This is again the Wisdom of providing for the common use of those various canticles in which Are stored the record even of tube a st Smiser and More difficult articles of Faith so a hat truths from which in the naked severity of a dogmatic statement the minds of unlearned1 men would shrink As Barvas sing and perplexing May make their Way a do their minds and become familiar and. Established inmates through the words of some Well known chant or accustomed hymn of Praise. And if we would have our people1 Strong in the Faith our ministry must Bear this stamp following the churches teaching we must Endeavor to build them up thoroughly in All truth not wearying a be full of i i them which you May not Only look at in i future years with pleasure hut even carry with you to a better world. A Golden hours. Their souls those master truths the personality of the All holy All mighty god the mystery of the Ever blessed Trinity the fall of Man and his corruption the misery and defilement wrought in him by sin the eternal counsels of the fathers love in the gospel scheme of salvation the incarnation of the Ever blessed son of our lord his perfect life his spotless death his All sufficient atonement the gift of the holy ghost the1 calling and Grace of the Church the presence of Christ in the Sac a we have them still they Are ours now a these Golden moments what Are we do i ing with them How Little we think of them How lightly we waste them a perhaps i in eating and drinking talking ing idling and sleeping gaining and amuse-1 laments the Quot need of individual renewal a meat. Our Golden moments a re lavishly hnt0 holiness judgment and. Salvation i Given to such things As these but How few heaven and hello of All of these we must to god How few to meditation labor to work a right knowledge into the on his word a How few to self Examina j souls 0f All committed to is As the guards i Tion a How few to preparation for the Glo a inst and the antidotes for the various rious City which we profess to seek As our be is by which they will be round go the unwearied hands Bishop of Oxford. Or on with unceasing unvarying course. We count them not oftentimes we heed them not yet they never Stop. They Are hastening on to. An hour they must one Day strike to which they must one Day Point i the hour of-1 our death. Yes one Day it will he said of us re a at such an hour be died a a a time will be Over for us and we will be in eternity where there is no note the land of Job. Flame blessings upon the one who invents a Mode by which children May be kept at Home which the allurements of the outside world can Avail nothing. He is a Benefactor to the race. As much As it is Sung and played Home is not always 1 Sweet Hogue a to the degree that it is de land lorded Over by the Sun when lightning Rushing in like an angry Painter did not dash his wild colors across the Ltd scape a land Ever in extremes now dried _ up As in a Furnace now swimming with add also5 to another and second meeting i loud Waters its sky the brightest or the when a a a free discussion a was held on the blackest of heavens desolate crags rising slavery question i Hope to refer More fully above rank vegetation Beauty adorning of time any More -. Let is think Well of this. We know not scribed. There arc austerities and Asperi Tho geography of the Jaegd a of Phi iss a t khow it Many a Golden moments Are left per a ties and interdiction and conventional commentary on its poetry conceive a haps even now ours May be counted and a isms that Render it unattractive,.and. Be a Quot a the number May be fewer Tolian we think sides there is a familiarity with its scenes let us then prepare for eternity and each i that does not suit never Satis time that we hear the striking of the clock fled but with change. Depend upon if where let us remember that now our moments Are there Are harsh words for outraged a pro fewer than before our time is Shorter and piety a As displayed in boisterous mirth and our reckoning is nearer. After the exam cold fornia Lity is installed at Home there will pie of the lord Jesus let us work the work be a drawing a Way from it and a continual a t 1 i i 11 a 1 m. .1uhll n 1______1. Ill a _ Ixa Ayya la a if of al Fri Vwg in my next letter. ,. . Stuttgart Wirtemburg v sept. 12,1861. J i arrived Here on my Way to England on tuesday night having spent one Day in passing through Switzerland from Geneva and Lausanne to Zurich another from Zurich to Cannstatt and leave d. V., in a few hours for London expecting d. V., by travelling express Day Ana night to reach Home on Friday evening. I shall Only mention that the interest of the Gen Eva conference culminated on. Last lords Day by the joint participation of the lords supper the scene was both affecting and Sublime. Four languages were employed m the service a italian French German and English and Many nations were represented there a full notice of this scene and season i shall Reserve for my next the late or. Or Monson never forgot himself in his trails his religion was unaffected by change of scene or of society. It so pervaded his whole being As to form a second and a better nature travelling from Bath to London on one occasion he found him self inside the coach in company with two Young ladies the daughter is As he under stood before the journeys end of a Oler Gyman m the neighbourhood of London the Young ladies had just been visiting the brow of barrenness shaggy and Thunder split Hills surrounding narrow valleys and water courses a land for a great part Bare in the Wrath of nature when not swaddled in sudden tempest and whirlwind Aland of Lions and wild goats and wild asses and ostriches and Hawks stretching toward the South and a horses clothed with Thunder and eagles making their nest on High a land through whose transparent air night looked Down in All her Queen like majesty All her most Lustrous ornaments on the South blazing through All its Chambers As with solid Gold the North glorious with Arcturus and his suns the Zenith crowning the heavens. With a diadem of White and Blue and purple stars such the land in which this author lived such the sky he saw and can we wonder that poetry dropped on and from him like ram from a thick tree and that grandeur a grandeur almost disdaining Beauty preferring firmament Fpo Flowers making its garlands of the whirlwind a became his very soul. The Book of Job shows a mind smitten with a passion for nature m her simplest most solitary and elementary forms gazing perpetually at the great shapes of the material universe and reproducing to us the infant a infinite wonder with which the first inhabitants of of a Oler-1 the world must have seen their first Sunrise their first Thunder storm and their first Moon waning it their first Midnight of our lord a while it is Day for the i search for excuses to evade its claims night Someth in which no Man can claims it might be a question if Homes As we have Opportunity let us do Good thus constituted have any claims upon Liv unto All men. / ing human hearts. I feel glad when i see of that these words May be deeply in any new device advertised to mak�1 borne grave on each heart that we May use the what it should be a place of Happy aban coming time so As not to. Repent it and re Don meet of care a place wherein the soul Gret it forever in eternity. Can act itself in the Light of innocent sheer a fullness. The Man who published a Book of Little worries. There is indeed no More common error than to estimate the extent of suffering by the greatness of the causes which have Pio diced it we mean their greatness As regards the amount of notice which they attract. The anguish of an emperor who has lost his Empire is probably not one Whit parlor games has been of More Benefit than Many Sermon Zers. No Good is lessened by its teachings no frivolity is inaugurated it opens up a new Avenue to happiness. It is the new emotion the it the Monarch longed for. Enlightened parents understand the necessity of enlisting All attractions and in a those Homes where they practice in this greater than that of a poor lady who loses fight there is no discontent no discord her Little Means m a swindling Bank and is Anoel and every one is Happy obliged to take away her daughter from school a Nodi to move into an Interior dwelling Noi is it in worthy of remark in thinking of sym i by with human beings in suffering that scrubby look my Little men with weak hair and awkward Demeanour and not m the least degree gentleman like May through Domestic worry and Bereave ment undergo distress quite As great As heroic individuals six feet four inches m height with a Large Quantity of Raven hair and with eyes of remarkable depth of expression. It is probable too that in the lot of Ordinary men a ceaseless and count fall of satan m a a Paradise this is not a picture removed to a distance from is to be looked at with wonder it is a lesson for each of us. Can we not imagine the poet himself telling us flus can we not raise oui thoughts to Faucy Mil ton drawing the moral of his astonishing picture ? a a you arc spirits a he might say to us a a the creation of the same hand heavenly gifts Are yours and heavenly favors and notwithstanding the fall of Man gleams vestiges Are yours of heavenly glory religious relative at Bath and seemed like heaven expanding like an Arch of Triumph Birds escaped from imprisonment their Over their Happy Heads one object of the conversation was fall of life and Mern Book is to Prophesy of nature to declare men. A its testimony to the most High to unite a a i could not stand it much longer a said the leaves of its Trees the wings of its one of them significantly a a it was nothing fowls the eyes of its stars m one act of but methodism a do you know what methodism is a said or. Monson quietly. A a i think it is just talking about religion All Day Long and nothing else. A a now i done to think that was Ever intended a was his quiet answer. The door was now fairly opened and or Monson pursued the conversation we May Well suppose with that genial earnestness and consummate tact which distinguished him. One of the Young ladies however stood out. Very resolutely against his views of religion and when the coach stopped at the Cross Road where friends were waiting to receive them or. Monson said to her a Well my Young Friend let me request that before you go to bed jod1gbt you will read a chapter of your Bible and Pray to god that he will enlighten you upon these a a Well a she replied a a i am much obliged to you at a a a not at All obliged a said he a a for i am always obliged to defend the truth whenever i hear it called in Many years passed away and the circumstance had almost vanished from his memory when he was invited to a dinner by some members of his Hureh who had recently spent an evening in another part of London and had met with a Clergyman and his wife who spoke mob of or. Mor a son and were very desirous to. See him. The object of this party was to Supply the Honpor Tummy. During dinner the conversation flowed freely and the Clergyman a wife int amp rest cog was frequently observed looking toward or Monson in silence but with tears in her eyes. After adoration to Jehovah. August undertaking and meet for one reared a the desert anointed with the Dew of heaven and by god himself inspired. Less succession of Little worries does a great to you the same Choice is offered of adhere Deal More to fret away the happiness of my or of separating yourselves in Yon is life than is done by the few great Over the ground of temptation the same diff Eul whelming misfortunes which happen at to of adhering a misunderstood self love Long intervals you lose your child and you Are tempted to enthroned self upon the your sorrow is overwhelming but it is a usurped throne of the divine legislator sorrow on which before Many Mouths you to obey the Law of Light to follow out the look Back with a sad yet pleas my interest Law of love is Only difficult because we feel the pie Tirre gallery. A picture gallery is a room filled with paintings which have Cost Large sums of Money and Are preserved with great care. Perhaps you would like to visit such a place. Well if you cannot do that at this time we invite you to look into a Little picture gallery of your own. You will find in it some pictures full of Sunshine though there May be others which Are gloomy and dark and which will Only awaken sad thoughts m your mind let us Host look on tone of a cheerful kind it is evening and the setting Sun casts Ito Golden Light through a parlor window. In that room a Little child is asleep m its cot. By the Side is a Mother with her eyes fixed on her dear boy and her hands clasped As if in prayer. Yes she is praying that Jesus the Good Shepherd would make Hei child one of his own dear Lamos and guard and guide him safely to heaven. As she looks on him the Waim tears fall on his face and As he awakes he hears the soft words of his mothers prayer. It a. Have you seen such a picture As this ? if you have let at hang a the gallery. It is of More value than the Best painting in the world. Keep it As Long As life shall last. Never forget your mothers love. A Hittle girl is seated by her fathers Side in a Garden. A Sweet roses hang in clusters on the Trees it and lilies honeysuckle and a ther Flowers Bloom around. A dinner the party went into the Garden and flight of pigeons Are making Way walking with or. Monson alone the Cler Over the Tell Elm Trees and on the other Gyman said to him a a i cannot Tell you sir Side of the l\e3ge some haymakers Are go a How much i am indebted to a a a my Home after a Long Days work. The a a i was not at All aware that you Are in Little girl is Reading her eve eng chapter it a bed to me a was the natural reply. From the Bible and she. Has jfi8tji�q$ne.i.t9 and it is a sorrow which you know you Are the better for having Felt Bat Petty unfaithfulness carelessness and stupidity on the part of your servants Little vexations and Cross accidents my oui daily Lite the ceaseless cares of managing a household and family and possibly of Quot making an of in every instance of being called upon Soto do that we Are called upon to make some sacrifice of ourselves. It is an error a mistaken feeling. We Are called upon to sacrifice not ourselves but a present inclination which self suggests. Make the sacrifice obey fulfil the 1 in that makes the claim fort to maintain appearances with very in upon you and you will find that you have adequate Means All those Little annoying relinquished fallacious for a real Good. Jol things which Are not misfortune but worry Low the false inclination and you will find effectually Blister away the enjoyment of that instead of in throwing yourself in. Pcs life while they last and serve no Good end plate of heavens King you have inc Wajn in respect to Menfil and moral discipline. Much tribulation a deep and dignified sorrow May prepare men for a a the kingdom of god a but ceaseless worry for the most part does but sour the temper jaundice the views and emitter and Harden the heart a recollections of a country ecu son a second series. Descend Steps of endless a cd int be warned warned by the terrible a professor Wilson. Most of the disasters-1 a the War of 1m2, we owed to the inefficiency of such old it Erans of the revolution As. Hull Arm Stroug Winchester Deni Hoiu and Wilkinson men who done Good toi vice but were now deficient in everything but the desire to take the Field once More it was not till they were set aside and such men As Scott Wool Jackson Harrison and a doctrinal teaching. It is needful for the fulfilment of our charge that we build up beforehand tour Uwel a people in the full Range of Christian 0 piers app0l�ted, that our armies achieved and doctrine this is a very great matter Etore a Scott i Musoli was major Gen they become the prey of heresies and or Twenty a Lafit and at is noticeable rows because they have not been previously in the present uni the eyes of the peo thoroughly furnished with All truth like Are turned with most Hope upon such Man whose body is of a sickly habit receives Mcclenan Fremont Butler Banks readily the passing taint of any infection old eogecian45 men who Aie Jet in the the fortress which is built on unsound foun 0f their Days new Yore evening nations a sinks under the first Battery of its 1 assailants and it is because the spiritual state of our people is Low and the foundations of their Faith ill Laid that they imbibe so readily those errors presented to them and that the. Fabric of their belief Falls so easily before the enemy. It. Is All import Post. J Leitze is the recipient of a rare bit of Good Fortune in a Twenty thousand doll Ais commission from government. He is to. A a paint the ceiling of the corridor of tie ant that we remember this because Ever a Capitol the subject is Tobe West aurd and Apon we Shah be sorely tempted to the Star of Empire takes its Way with rest without taking the amount of trouble i due respect to the government t and the a needful thus thoroughly them in list we think we have several Stern Reaidi the truth our own indolence will be ties to Deal with just now ready Quot to bribe us with soft., sex Lipses it j bling in the allegorical a without dab of a Mountain and now and then a Sunbeam comes Over the top we get a glimpse a sort of Twilight apprehension of the brightness of the Sun but self must be much More subdued before we can bask in the beams of the Ever blessed Jesus or say in everything a a thy will be Beveridge. _ pastoral the apostle says a a i taught publicly and from House to House. We have none too must Church religion in our Day and too Little House or Home religion none too much teaching publicly and too Little a from House to he is to take not Only a general oversight but a particular oversight reach ing to every member of the flock a Baxter says a a if physicians should Only read a Public lecture on physic their patients would not be much the better of them nor would a lawyer secure your estate by Reading a lecture on Law a and so intimates that neither would a a pastor accomplish the work of oversight of the Only a Calls after Ithem publicly once a Wugk. He is. To a not merely to set himself in the pulpit once a week of tied preach to those who come. The Saviours language still being a a i was sick and be visited me and in prison and be came unto a a Good manners Jit is a vulgar notion that politeness is Only required toward superiors. But the truth is that every Man ought to regard his fellow Man or Friend As his Superior and treat him accordingly. Such feelings the real gentleman always has. A a let each esteem others better than themselves a says an apostle. This is the very soul of Good manners. Rules for the Hooks which Wise and sensible persons advise and study them with reflection arid examination. Read with a firm determination to make use of All you read. Do not by leading neglect a More immediate or More important duty. Do not read with a View of making a display of your Reading. Do not read too much at a time. Reflect on what you read and let it be moderately enjoyed and Well digested. A a if you please make me a in the course of my labors a poor Hindoo youth who followed me about the the school asking of me to make him a Christian. I said a a it is impossible my dear boy ij1 it is possible to do so at All it is possible Only through the lord Jesus Christ to make you a Christian. Pray to How Well i recollect that Sweet voice and Sweet face of that boy when he soon after came to me and said a a the lord j Sens Christ has come and taken his place an my i asked a How is that a he replied a i prayed and said a of lord Jesus Christ if you please make me a Christian a and he was so kind that he came Down from heaven and has lived in my heart Ever How simple and How touching a a lord Jesus Christ if you please make me a Christian a can you say that you have made a similar Appeal in such a spirit As this poor Hindoo boy and can you say my Young friends that Jesus Christ has come Down from heaven to live in your hearts a Rev. Or. Boas of Calcutta. Or. Businell once remarked that a a in order to get one handsome person you must select a feature Here and a tint there from a Hundred others Aud imagine them put together in a new Jean Paul says of children a a the smallest Are nearest god As the smallest planets Are nearest the Jesus Christ without worldly possessions or scientific Eminence has his own Peculiar Sarie Tity. He promulgated no important discoveries he aimed at no supremacy but he was Humble patient holy nay the holiest of the holy the conqueror of satan altogether without sin. To the internal Eye of the heart to the discernment of True illustrious was the pomp of his appearance and How unspeakable his a Trust i could write Down Twenty cases a says a pious Man a a when i. Wished god had done otherwise than he did but which -1 now see had i my own will would have led to extensive mischief the life of a Christian is a life of paradoxes he must Lay hold on god he must follow Haid after him he must determine not to let him go. And yet Yon must learn to let god alone. Quietness before god is one of the most difficult of All Christian graces to sit where he pleases what he would have us be and this As Long As he Treasury. exhort when called on to Pray it is very Well to exhort at proper times and under proper circumstances. But when on your Knees ostensibly addressing Jehovah it. Is not the time to sex Ort. Stand up on your feet look at the audience and talk right at them if you have anything to say to them but when you pretend to Pray methodist. Our covenant with Rev. Joseph al eme h i veg shortly before his death a conflict with satan said. A away thou foul fiend thou enemy of All Mankind a thou Subtle so Phister Art thou come now to molest me noisy i am just going now i am so weak and death upon me ? trouble me not Fot i an none of thine i am the lords Christ is mine and i am his his by covenant. A i have sworn myself to be the lords and his will i be therefore begone1�?� these last words he often repeated a which a says mrs al eme i took much notice of that his covenanting was the Means used to expel the Devil and All his temptations. A. Pocket movie a there is no error More fatal than imagining that pinching a youth m his pocket Money will teach him frugality a on the contrary it will occasion his running into extravagance with so much More eagerness when he comes to have Money m his own hands As pinching him in his diet will make his appetite Only the More rapacious. If Yogi put into the hands of your child More Money suitable to his age and Dis Erfe Tion you must expect to find that he has thrown it away upon what is not Only Idle but hurtful a certain Small regular income any child above six years of age ought to have. When he comes to be capable of keeping an account he ought to be Obi Gerdto do it be will thereby acquire a habit of frugality attention and prudence that will be of service to him through his whole life a on the contrary to give it Young person Money to spend at will with requiring any account of it is leading or rather forcing Jim non extravagance and Folly a sensibilities lire like Woodbine delightful Lux uses of Beauty to twine around a a upright Steiffal understanding hut pot things if in sustained bar they Are left to creep along the ground a John Foster. A ,
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