Vol. VI.—No. 24.
RALEIGH, N. C., JUNE 20, 1912
Seven Sentence Sermons.
To keep the heart unwrinkled, to be hopeful, kindly,
cheerful, reverent—that is to triumph over old age.—Thos.
Asked the way to heaven, Bishop Wilberforce said,
“Turn the first turn to the right, and go straightforward.’*
Four things a man must learn to do, if he would make
his record true.
To think without confusion clearly.
To love his fellowmen sincerely.
To act from honest motives purely,
To trust in God and Heaven securely,
The things that belong to men must be understood in
order to be loved ; the things that belong to God must be
loved in order to be understood.—Pascal,
Look at, think of, do and memorize something beauti
ful each day.—Alice Freeman Palmer,
To think of it! He knows me
Through and through ;
And yet He loves me.
Tenderly and true.
—Arthur B, Rhinow,
Thank God every morning when you get up, that you
have something to do that day which must be done whet
her you like or not; for being forced to work and forced
to do your best will breed in you temperance, self-control,
diligence, strength of will, content, and a hundred virtues
which the idle will never \inow,—Charles Kingsley,
One Dollar a Year.