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... 119, 148, 184, 243, 275, 303 The Relation of the ^Esthetic to the Divine
Worship 19 Tourists up the Valley 51 The Sabbath-school 65 The Elm and the
Vine 85 The Other Train that is Coming 97 The Invitation 100 Thomas Carlyle
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... to i-ing victorious agonies of martyrs aud saint?, the deeds and triumphs of just
and pious nations, doing valiantly through faith against the enemies of Christ ; to
deplore the general relapses of kingdoms from justice and God's true worship.
audible part in public worship, save in chanting ihe words : " Kyrie Eleison,
Christe Eleison," (Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy). These words were
sometimes repeated two and three hundred times iu one service. Then began the
period of ...
The Relation of the Aesthetic to Divine Worship. BY PROF. ... It is a significant fact
that at the recent meeting of the Pan-Presbyterian Alliance, one of the topics that
enlisted the deepest interest was the subject of Christian worship. Some of the ...
Nor is it alone in such ecclesiastical bodies that attention is being turned in this
direction, but the minds of men all over the Christian world seem to be turning
toward the question of what true Christian worship shall be — how far the
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these words are true, there shall come a time when the lamb shall speak with the wolf and they will lay down together as bretheren and the lamb will eat the grass and the wolf shall only eat of the deer, and they shall be just and as one and all manner of things born of light and dark shall give themselves unto the lord and the son and the great holy spirit. And they shall love one another till the kingdom of peace is at it's end. And shall not do harm unto each other, but shall leave their way unto peace, and men shall shrink at the sight of them and shall not harm of one single hair upon their head until their work is done. These are the words of the guardians, if you fall by the way, pick yourselves up with the lord so that you may do his works. So saith the lord.