FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Rev. Otto S. Rappe in the Universalist Leader.]

In the nature of things it must be true that in the end every knee shall bow in acknowledgment of the supremacy of the good, and every tongue confess the beauty of holiness; and yet meanwhile we may try every path of unrighteousness and drink of every fountain of unholiness, but infallibly to find that the paths of unrighteousness are beset with increasing difficulties and pain. We are doomed to be saved. However wilful our wanderings, we must in the end reappear at our Father's gate, though in the case of many of us that return be as piteous as the return of the prodigal.

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