American messenger . ? We must know anddeeply feel that a mere abundance of thingsdose not make a life. Let men refuse to beutterly browbeaten by the material necessitiesof life. Let us take time each day for the things thatnourish and refresh the spirit. Let us have aneye for the wonders of sunrise and sunset. Letus read the evangel of the flowers and under-stand the language of the birds. Let us knowa few good books. Let us cultivate friendship,human and divine. It is surely better, after all,to lay up treasures in heaven than to struggleall ones life to crowd into a bank more fundsthan one

American messenger . ? We must know anddeeply feel that a mere abundance of thingsdose not make a life. Let men refuse to beutterly browbeaten by the material necessitiesof life. Let us take time each day for the things thatnourish and refresh the spirit. Let us have aneye for the wonders of sunrise and sunset. Letus read the evangel of the flowers and under-stand the language of the birds. Let us knowa few good books. Let us cultivate friendship,human and divine. It is surely better, after all,to lay up treasures in heaven than to struggleall ones life to crowd into a bank more fundsthan one Stock Photo
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American messenger . ? We must know anddeeply feel that a mere abundance of thingsdose not make a life. Let men refuse to beutterly browbeaten by the material necessitiesof life. Let us take time each day for the things thatnourish and refresh the spirit. Let us have aneye for the wonders of sunrise and sunset. Letus read the evangel of the flowers and under-stand the language of the birds. Let us knowa few good books. Let us cultivate friendship, human and divine. It is surely better, after all, to lay up treasures in heaven than to struggleall ones life to crowd into a bank more fundsthan one will ever need. A Bible ministry, an active church, a sanctified press, the hope of the world 213 fiEMffliaroiiiiw^ min«mHmiiiratmimii[ffliimmimmm TORIAL CONTRIBUTION ©e® ^uiinuiiiHMiiifminrimniniiiiiiTiiNiiUTiiiriiitiiiiiiMiiiriiiiTirriiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiii.rininTin^f^n^ifn^^i^nniii^if muni niiiiiniiiini iiiiBniiiiiiiiiimmwuiittiiltitiiinnillllirTnilllllllMHII liliiilimiiiiirniiqii[ifiiniiiiuiuiuiiinuniinimiiipBfi. The Child of Bethlehem and the Child of the Home BY REV. EDGAR WHITAKER WORK, D.D, Pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, New York City EDGAR W. WORK, D.D.

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