TRIUMPHING IN TRUTH

THERE are two very distinct bases of thought and activity in the Christian life, the choice of which has everything to do not only with one's confidence and peace of mind, but with the inspiration he brings to his fellows, his general helpfulness and success. These bases may be denominated as the human and the divine.

The man who thinks of himself as having been privileged to enter upon a splendid undertaking, and who addresses himself to it with energy and faithfulness, may be entirely worthy of every good return, so far as his purpose is concerned, and yet he may fail, and that pitifully, because he is thinking so constantly of the amount to be accomplished,—

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June 26, 1909
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