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Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.—John xiv. 27.
PUBLISHED BY COOK AND SCHOYER,
JOHNSTON AND STOCKTON;-COREY AND FAIRBANK, CINCINNATI;
[Entered according to the act of Congress, in the year 1834, by
Cook & SCHOYER, in the Clerk's Office of the Dictrict Court of the Western District of Pennsylvania.]
Printed by Johnston & Stockton, 37, Market Street.
FEB 21 1920
“Light is sown for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart. The God of love has lavished on them all the riches of his grace, and furnished them with the noblest blessings and the most inexhaustible sources of consolation. For them he has delivered up Son to death, and provided a salvation containing all that à guilty immortal can need for his present safety and happiness, and for his future and everlasting welfare. For them an eternity of honour and delight is spreading its glory before them; and they are invited just now to enter into rest; and till they see him as he is, to walk in the light of his countenance, to go on their way rejoicing, and abound in hope through the power of the Holy Ghost.
“ From various causes, however, many of the best of