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[Rev. Judson C. Hendrickson, in the Advocate, Stamford, Connecticut, March 30, 1925]

But what vision is it of which our text speaks? It is not the vision of material things or of material achievements, but the vision of God, the vision of things spiritual and divine, the vision of eternal realities. "Where there is no vision, the people perish." The greatest vision a soul can have is the vision of God, nor is there any vision that is possessed of greater transforming power.... Now the Bible itself is a book of vision, possessed of spiritual discernment. It is a book with a spiritual outlook and uplook, and the great men of the Bible are all men of vision. In the life of Moses, and Isaiah, and Elijah, and Ezekiel, what a place vision had in their lives; and in the spiritual experiences of the disciples of our Lord, especially in the life of John, the beloved disciple, and of Paul, the great apostle of God!

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