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[Zion's Herald]

There is something in most of us that sets the goal well in advance of our faltering steps. We see it far ahead,—gleaming, beckoning, almost extinguished sometimes, so far are we behind; but, thank God, it is always there, stirring us to fresh endeavor, arousing our flagging spirits, putting zest and courage and zeal into our weak strivings. That goal is always there, and however ingloriously we may fall, and however torn and trailing in the dust our colors may seem to be, there is something in us that bids us to stand upon our feet and to try again.

And we do, and we look far ahead and see the gleam there of the high mark that is ever drawing us on, and we listen, and almost—almost we think we can hear the words: "Lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end." And when there has been for us an experience like that, we are ready to push on and to overcome obstacles.

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