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The time Is coining when that bright sun of today will gather blackness, and the moon will lose the sheen of her splendor and turn into blood, and the stars in the vault of heaven will disappear, and convulsions will shake this entire world. The three that glitter in the belt of Orion will pale away, and Alps and Appen- nines uprooted from their base will go dancing to plunge headlong into the Rockies rushing to meet them. But high over all the wreck of sublunary things, this Word of God, from Genesis to Revelation, shall stand, immortal, immovable, unchangeable, ' a monument of all the attributes of Father, Son and Holy Ghost, a testimony of love, and of grace, and of truth to His people now, and to His people hereafter. And I heard a voice saying to me, " C r y ;" and I said, "What shall I cry?" The higher criticism is grass, and the goodness thereof is as thè flower of the field. The grass withereth and the flower thereof fadeth. Why? Because the Spirit of the Lord bloweth upon i t ." Surely the higher criticism is grass, but " t he Word of our God shall stand forever. "—Nathaniel West. Published Once a Month by THE BIBLE INSTITUTE OF LOS ANGELES LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Bible Institute Press. S9ES35
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