On the Alert

[Of Special Interest to Juniors]

In countries raided by bombers during World War II, civilians as well as soldiers went into prompt action when the air alert sounded. Shelters were usually available, and people were instructed to hurry to the nearest one. Obedience to this instruction was often a life preserver.

Most people today are free from air raids, but our news reports are still filled with alarms of every sort—tragedies, diseases, accidents, and so forth. How can we be safe from the evils that seem so common today? The Bible offers a shelter in the ninety-first Psalm, which begins, "He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty."

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