Intelligence is like a river . . . the deeper it is, the less noise it makes.
The story is told of a certain lady who met with a serious accident which necessitated a very painful operation and many months in bed. When the doctor had finished his examination, and was about to leave, she asked: "Doctor, how long will I have to stay here in this bed, helpless and hopeless?" "ONLY ONE DAY AT A TIME," was the encouraging answer. And even so it is with all of our trials. "Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. Take no thought therefore for the morrow. My ~race is suffi~ient for thee: for My strength is made per· feet m weakness.
God's ways are not like human ways, He wears such strange disguises ; He tests us with His long delays And then our faith surprises.
While we in unbelief deplore And wonder at His staying, He stands already at the door To interrupt our praying. * * * No man has a right to do as he pleases, unless he pleases to do right.
A careless word may kindle strife; A cruel .word may wreck a life. A bitter word may hate instill; A brutal word may smite and kill. A gracious word' may smooth the war;
A joyous word ma.y light the day. A timely word may lessen stress; A loving word may comfort and bless. * * * A lot of kneeling will keep you in good standing.
heaven booklet Due to a very heavy demand for the booklet on " Heaven," by Dr. Louis T. Talbot, an extra reprint had to be made so that everyone who made the re.quest would be certain to receive a copy. With this printing, we find that there are about two hundred of these excellent booklets left, and we will be glad to send one to any of our BROADCASTER readers, free and postpaid, with a simple request. It must be understood , however, that we can do this only as the supply lasts. So, be sure to get your requests in the mail today.
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