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Add caption WINTER NIGHTS. BY REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE of Brooklyn, New York. The inhabitants of one of the old cities were told that they would have to fly for their lives. Such flight would be painful, even in the flush of spring-time, but superlatively aggravating if in cold weather; and therefore they were … Continue reading Rev. Talmage: on Cold winters
The spark of God in others forever kindles the self. Marc Edmund Jones, theologian & dean of astrology 31 And the strong shall be as tow, and the maker of it as a spark, and they shall both burn together, and none shall quench them. Isaiah i.31 Note: The word tow is from weaving, where … Continue reading The Spark of God
In the ultimate perspective, there is no time as everything is infinite and time is just a river that runs endlessly on, to paraphrase the writer James Joyce. But from a purely human point of view, that idea doesn't really work, because it is essential to man, that some immediate goal be sought, and to … Continue reading On Christian Patience