An Aftermath

A REBUKE for our narrowness of concept, our paucity of faith, and our meagerness of expectation of good, is often conveyed to us in the richness of Love's undeserved bestowals. Often we may have been prompted in our truth-seeking by motives which were not wholly free from curiosity or the desire of self-gratification, and yet we have found an enrichment of blessings which were felt to be merited only by those of the purest, most unselfish impulse.

Very frequently of late it has been said, "I simply can't tell you how much it has meant to me," and though to the humble heart such an experience of unforeseen good may seem altogether out of keeping, it must be regarded as entirely natural when we remember with Faber that,—

July 11, 1903

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