"Escape to the mountain"

The reader's clear voice gave the angel's summons to Lot, "Escape to the mountain," as a ringing call of today, individual and imperative. Startled to alertness, one of his hearers began to ponder the connection of Lot's warning with personal experience. At once came to mind the sense of uplift which one feels on a mountain top,—the purer air and wider outlook,—and the words of one of our hymns (Hymnal, p. 4) gave expression to the glad sense:—

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