FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[The Universalist Leader]

To him who pauses in the midst of life and listens to the sounds from afar, there comes through din and strife the echo of something like the music of cathedral bells as they ring at night across the city and the silent multitudes who rest from toil. It is the rhythmic movement of a people as they touch all the infinite number of the keys of life to lift their psalm of God. Far and clear from Palestine we hear it now. The tumult dies away. The conflicts and the tragedies have passed into history. Voices that spoke the words are dumb. But Israel's God, the sense and consciousness of a world in which abides the eternal who loveth righteousness, was, and is, and ever shall be, the vastest fact in human consciousness, a voicing of the hymn of creation, the first stanza of a song, the second of which the angels sang as the shepherds watched their flocks near Bethlehem.

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