ments ; and still other worlds which no instru-ments yet invented can discover. What we cansee, therefore, is by no means the limit of what is.It is interesting to ask whether any one, underany circumstances, has seen what is to most of usinvisible. The text we have chosen contains amarvelous statement. The prophet and the youthwere side by side. There was no defect in thevision of the latter, for he could see the hills andthe clouds as clearly as the former. lUit theWHERE IS HEAVE? /prophet's eyes were gifted with a facuhy unknownto the stripHng who attended him. He saw whatwas in the air as well as what was on the ground,and the sight gave him courage. The youngman was dismayed, for a host of Syrians withspears had come to make them prisoners ; butthe prophet was calm and serene and sure of thevictory.Then something happened to the young man'seyes, and for a brief moment he saw what he hadnever before looked upon, and what he probablynever looked upon thereafter. They were the sameeyes that he had always used, but an additionalfaculty had been given them, and they caught aglimpse of the horses and chariots, the army of spiritual creatures who, as Milton asserts, walk theearth unseen both when we wake and when wesleep.If it is possible to believe, first, that heaven is just as truly a locality as any one of the UnitedStates, and, second, that though we may not beable to see the citizens of this celestial common-wealth they can see us, we are traveling alongthe highway to some very important truths. If heaven is correctlv described in these statements,8 HKRALI) St:RMOXS.