member that there are two ways in which we canspeak. One is by words; the other is by actions.When we use our lips to tell of God's goodness, weare praising him with our words ; but when we tryearnestly to do just what he wants us to do, then weare praising him by our actions. And the old pro-verb says that ^^ actions speak louder than words^And this is the way in which God's works praisehim. They stay just where he puts them. They do just what he wants them to do. They never gettired. They never stop till he tells them to do so.And this is what David means when he says, " Allthy works shall "^-or do — " praise thee, O Lord."THET SHOW HIS POWEB. 11I wish now to speak in a general, or introductoryway, of the praise which God*s works give to him.Then I hope to take up, one by one, the sun, and themoon, and the stars; the air, the light, the clouds,and so on; and try to show some of the ways in whichthey all praise God.There are a great many ways in which God^s workspraise him. I wish now to speak particularly of threeof the ways in which this is done.In the first place, God^s works praise him by show-ing HIS power.Who was the strongest man mentioned in theBible 1 Samson. Well now, suppose that I hadnever heard anything about Samson, and you wantedto make me understand what great strength or powerhe had; what would you do 1 Why, you would beginand tell me about some of the wonderful things hehad done.