What Aileth Thee? by the Author of 'Melody of the Twenty-Third Psalm'

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: III. Isaae's STent. An exceeding bitter cry.GEN. xxvii. 34. There are people in this restless world, who from the depths of their heart can say: The will of the Lord be done. His name is blessed, his work is perfect. To them there is no loss. The drafts protested in many an earthly bank of friendship, or society, or ease, or worldly honour, are somehow accepted in heaven; answered with a note of hand made payable at such a date, 'the end of the world'or 'when the King shall come;' and meantime gold-bearing. And there is no fear; for back of all mortal commotions and threatenings stands ever the Lord: Let him do what seemeth him good. At all times, in all places, such people 'have all things, and abound.' They have eaten the living bread, and are not hungry; they have drunk of the water of life, and do not thirst. Great peace have they that love thy law, and nothing shall offend them.Ps. cxix. 165. But these are they, remember, who are always ready to do the Lord's will; desiring only to have it accomplished in them, and by them, and for them, as he shall please. ' If thou love him, Walking only in his ways, Then no trouble, cross, nor death Shakes thy heart or stills thy praise. All things serve thee here beneath, If thou love God !' But the people who prefer their own will, and take their own means of obtaining it, 'shall be filled with their own desires'have them until they are sick' of them; and 'shall eat of the fruit of their own way.' Apples of Sodom are nothing to that. Esau had just begun to gather in his. It had been a long time growing. From the day some thirty years before when he had 'despised his birthright, ' counting 'the promises ' a too intangible inheritance, and choosing instead whatever he could get in hand, from that day until.

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