THE BEAUTY OF THE KIG'S TITLES. 1 89)rld. It is SO strong that it cannot be taken. Theaviest cannon-balls can make no impression upon it.,you and I were in danger of being attacked, we shouldentirely safe, provided we could only get into thatiky fortress of Gibraltar. But suppose that we are iniger here, in our own country, and that strong rock isusands of miles away ; will it be of any use to us ?It is too far off. We cannot reach it. But whenthink of Jesus as our Eock, He is not, like the Eock Gibraltar, confined to one particular place. He is inry place. He is indeed a hroad Rock, This Eock isbroad that it may be found in every country. Inpart of the world it is easy to get on this Eock.s is what David meant to teach us, when he said,rom the ends of the earth will I cry unto Thee — an my heart is overwhelmed — lead me to the Eock "a. Ixi. 2).f we want to know how broad this Eock is, we mustice what sort of people get on it.WHERE AM I GOIG ?)ne fine summer evening, as the sun was going down,Qan was seen trying to make his way through theBS and cross-roads that led to his village home. Histeady, staggering way of walking showed that he hadn drinking, and though he had lived in that villagere than thirty years, he was now so drunk that itJ impossible for him to find his wiay home.Juite unable to tell where he "waa, "^ V^\. V^ MXXfcx^ik^^190 THE KIG I HIS BEAUTY.