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A Monthly Magazine
FOR GENERAL CIRCULATION.
EDITED BY H. H. S.
“God so loved the world, that He gave His only-begotten Son, that whoso-
JOHN iii. 16.
G. MORRISH, 24, WARWICK LANE.
Trusting in Jesus
The Widow's Dream
“ Behold, He cometh with Clouds”
The Watchman's Cry
Be not Weary
The stream of time rolls on. Eternity is nearer than
Another year has passed, it is gone for ever, and can never be recalled. God has been speaking, working, saving souls. Some have received His word of grace; many have not.
Some, during the past year, have been looking for the Lord from heaven, have been happily waiting to see His face; but He has not come. Still they look for the Saviour, they wait for God's Son from heaven. Another year has come, and we know not what a day may bring forth: one thing is certain, that in “a little while, He that shall come, will come, and will not tarry,” and we know it pleases Him that we should watch, and wait for Him with girded loins, and with trimmed lamps.
The clear, distinct, and thrilling warning testimony has gone forth — “Behold the Bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet Him,"— but who heeds it? Where are souls saying, “Speak Lord, for Thy servant heareth"? Where are hearts earnestly responding to the divine command to go out to meet Him ? When are those who so feel the attractiveness of Jesus the Lord, who died for the ungodly, as to turn out of the long-trod