FROM OUR EXCHANGES

[Christian Register.]

We no longer estimate the years as they were counted by our Puritan fathers, as a probation period merely and a time for preparation for a future judgment. We are finding our judgment in every day and in every year. We think less and talk less of another life, but more of rounding out well the life that is. Immortality is still a philosophic question, it may become a scientific question, but it is discussed less in our churches, as having no more to do with religion than a noble life here and now. The question is not, Do you believe in a future existence? but, Have you a real faith in your present existence, in its worth and power and nobility? Do you weigh the years for their inherent values, and do you recognize the presence of God in the world of today as truly as in those years that are hidden in the far future?

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