The Great Exemplar

Did you but know the deep sublimityOf deathless hope amid the multitudeOf frenzied fears; the cloistered quietudeOf confidence like his who calmed the sea,Who shared the loaves and fish at Galilee,And bore with sanguine heart and fortitudeThe jeers of men, and then in solitudeThe bitter cup of drear Gethsemane—How fruitful life! How full each halcyon day,Did you but know the comfort and the cheerOf walking with the gentle Nazarene—Of breasting grief and woe along the wayAs free from hopelessness and dreadful fearAs he who walked to Golgotha serene!

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