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Our Daily Homily
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Our Daily Homily

BY

F. B. MEYER, D.D.,

AUTHOR OF

"Peter: Fisherman, Disciple, Apostle."

ETC., ETC.

1 SAMUEL - JOB.

MARSHALL, MORGAN & SCOTT, LTD.,
LONDON & EDINBURGH.

 

 

"WELL — What are ages and the lapse of time

Match'd against truths, as lasting as sublime?

Can length of years on God Himself exact?

Or make that fiction, which was once a fact?

No — marble and recording brass decay,

And, like the graver's memory, pass away;

The works of man inherit, as is just,

Their author's frailty, and return to dust;

But Truth divine for ever stands secure,

Its head is guarded as its base is sure;

Fix'd in the rolling flood of endless years,

The pillar of the eternal plan appears,

The raving storm and dashing wave defies,

Built by that Architect who built the skies."

COWPER.

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