King's Business - 1947-01

pennies I bought twelve penny Gos­ pels of John. I gave one to each of my class of Chinese girls. They read the wonderful story in their own little books, and today all twelve gave their hearts to Christ. What a splendid investment you have made in Kingdom stock!”

THE LORD JESUS To the artist He is the Altogether Lovely One. To the architect He is the Chief Cornerstone. To the baker He is the Living Bread. To the biologist He is the Life. To the builder He is the Sure Foundation. To the doctor He is the Great Physician. To the farmer He is the Lord of the Harvest. To the florist He is the Rose of Sharon and the Lily of the Valley. To the geologist He is the Rock of Ages. To the jurist He is the Righteous Judge. To the jeweler He is the Pearl of Great Price. To the lawyer He is the Counselor, the Lawgiver, the Advocate. To the horticulturist He is the True Vine. To the newspaper man He is the Good Tidings of Great Joy. To the oculist He is the Light of the World. To the philanthropist He is the Unspeakable Gift. To the philosopher He is the Wis­ dom of God. To the preacher He is the Word of God. To the sculptor He is the Living Stone. ■ To the servant He is the Good Mas­ ter. To the statesman He is the Desire of All Nations. To the student He is the Incarnate Truth. To the theologian He is the Author and Finisher of Our Faith. To the traveler He is the New and Living Way. To the toiler He is the Giver of Rest. To the sinner He is the Lamb of God. To the Christian He is the Son of the Living God, the Saviour, the Re­ deemer and Lord. DIVIDENDS It is reported that a missionary was telling the story of her work in China. When she finished, a little girl came forward and gave her twelve pennies. “Please,” she said, “ I have been saving these pennies and now I want them to be missionaries to China.” How happy the missionary was to receive the offering from its whole­ hearted giver! Months went by and finally a letter came for the little girl which read: “With your twelve

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