"Look from the place where thou art"

Mankind's ideas of the nature of good cover the widest imaginable range; but it is certain that there is no more active or universal desire than to attain good. Both consciously and unconsciously this desire shows itself in the whole round of human existence. How important, then, not only to know what good is, but the infallible means for gaining it!

But is there indeed such a way? cries the despairing and hungering heart. There are countless numbers who, in response to that appeal, can confidently and gratefully affirm that they have found it through the Book of books, the Bible. For themselves and others they have proved that there the way is clearly pointed out in definite commands, and in experiences which have grown out of obedience to those commands. Among many such they may turn to the narrative of Abram and Lot, as set forth in the book of Genesis.

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