AFTER THE LECTURE

The gracious truthhas once again been voiced to bless;It cannot lose its mark, or turn to voidWithin those hearers' hearts. Its strength and tendernessWere such as went beyond the words themselves.

God's Word, perfect,thus fulfills its destiny,Rejoicing in the power to heal all strifeOf selfish will, dull prejudice, and apathy,And all the ills of flesh. So in their place

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