That a man's true status is determined by his thought of God, becomes a commonplace in the light of religious history.
"The time for thinkers has come," writes Mrs.
In the twenty-ninth chapter of I Chronicles it is related that both princes and people "offered willingly" toward the building of the temple, and we are told that David, lifting his heart to God, spoke before all the congregation, saying, "But who am I, and what is my people, that we should be able to offer so willingly after this sort?
A man who had not attended church for years began in the summer of 1913 to attend regularly a branch Church of Christ, Scientist.
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Isaiah speaks of the beauty of him "that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth!" Then should not we as present witnesses of God's power be glad to bring forward from our storehouse of experience anything at this time of the world's sore need, be the experience great or small, which will show indeed the truth of the fact that God reigns?