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For I have satiated the weary soul, and every sorrowful
soul, have I replenished. Jer. 31: 25.

For I have satiated the weary soul, and every sorrowful
soul, have I replenished. Jer. 31: 25.

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Published by: GLENN DALE PEASE on Sep 14, 2012
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COQUERED SI— SORROWROBERT STUART Mac ARTHUR For I have satiated the weary soul, and every sorrowfulsoul, have I replenished. Jer. 31: 25.Life's sorrows with inexorable power,Sweep desolating, o'er this mortal plain;And human Uves and hopes fly as the chaff.Borne from the whirlwind by the ripened grain;Ah ! when before that blast my hopes all flee.Let my soul calm itself, O Christ, in Thee. — Harriet Beecher Stowe,Ah, good friend: that soulHath done with sadness, which knows Christ aright. — Matthew Arnold.eVERY heart knows its own sorrow. Every heart hasa history known only to the individual, and to Himto whom the secrets of all hearts are known. As in everyhome there is a closet with its skeleton, so in every soulthere is a secret chamber in which are buried faded hopesand dead joys. There is a fearful loneliness in the livesof us all. Up and dowit life's dusty highways and throughits excluded alleys, each man walks alone. As individualswe have personal transactions with God; as individualswe must know the joy of sins forgiven and the peacewhich passes all understanding; or as individuals we mustfeel the pains of sins crying for vengeance and of re-morse which foretells the death that never dies. What a
fearful burden is sin! From our own heart and memorywe may not escape. o sympathy of loved ones removesthe load of sin. Only He who is mighty to save can easethe soul weighed down by sin.I am poor and sorrowful; let Thy salvation, Oh God, setme up on high. Amen. Ps. 69: 29.300 ROYAL MESSAGES 10-26Fie was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret. Luke 5: i.Blue sea of the hills in my spirit I hearThy waters, Gennesaret, chime on my ear;Where the lowly and just with the people sat downAnd thy spray on the dust of His sandals was thrown.And I pause on the goat-crags of Tabor to seeThe gleam of thy waters, O dark Galilee. — John Greenleaf Whittier.CHE Sea of Galilee is one of the most sacred placesin Palestine, for it rejoiced in the presence andsubmitted to the power of Jesus Christ. He trod thesewaters and they were as adamant beneath His feet. Hecommanded these waves and they obeyed His voice. Hepreached on its shores to the hungry multitudes. Thevery air seems charged with His words. This beautifullake charms every sense. Even those who do not shareits memories of Christ, feel an enthusiasm for it. Butthe thought of Christ's presence glorifies mountain, shore,and sea, and makes it the most interesting and beautiful

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