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THE DIVINE PRESENCE.
PSALM xvi. 8.
“ I have set the Lord always before me : because he
is at my right hand, I shall not be moved.”
In a world of restlessness and change, nothing can be more worthy of attention than that which offers stability and quiet ; and every thing among the things on earth which promises rest, gains attention. Though stirred by the active tendencies of his nature to continual exertion, man feels that the tempest is not his natural element; and even while he chases with headlong speed the glittering objects on which he has placed his affections, he is ever and anon ready to acknowledge, that it is