LIGHT AT NAIN

Much people in darkness slowly walking.Moving unwillingly out of NainTo carry a young man to his gloomy grave,With tears, backward-gazing, and death's apparent burden.

Much people seeing a great light, walking in sunshine,Moving towards the city,Following the Christ, beholding their visible Saviour,With joy, expectation, and Life's splendent noon.

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THE PERCEPTIVE FACULTY
August 20, 1949
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