"STABILITY OF THY TIMES"

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

A National magazine recently published a letter from a high school boy protesting the burdens which his generation had inherited from its elders. In his reply the editor stated that he could well understand the young man's position, since in World War I he himself had expressed the same complaint and in World War II had heard his son do the same. He then pointed out that his correspondent said that he believed in "sound economy, integrity, honesty, and a righteous way of life," and that these ideas, though the issue might have to be fought and refought, were the saving hope of the world.

Human history seems to repeat itself, sometimes in new outward forms, and in nothing is this more true than in the belief in turbulent times. Confusion and change have always been inherent in material thinking. Stability is never to be found except in rejecting the mortal sense for some degree of understanding of the spiritual, God-governed universe.

NEXT IN THIS ISSUE
Poem
SINCERE
March 7, 1953
Contents

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit