THE READER

When, after judging how the Word should sound,He gave the reading in a practiced way,Profuse in praises, many hearing himSaid, "A good Reader, this, who read today."

But when, withdrawn upon the mountain heightOf selflessness, he bowed his heart to pray,"Be Thou Thine own interpreter, O Love,And move my lips to speech in Thine own way,"

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FAITH AND INSPIRATION
December 11, 1954
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