CHRIST'S HEELS.BY THOMAS BRADBURYWherefore should I fear in the days of eril, when the iniqoitjr of Mjrheelt ihall compass Me about ? '* — Psa. xlix. 5.THIS Pealm oommences with a call and proclamation to thegreat congregation to give ear, to pay attention to state-ments most solemn, most sacred. The inhabitants of the worldwho are addressed, are styled in the title of the Psalm, *' Thesons of Korah." These are sons of want, or, as the learned tellus, *' sans of miseryy distress^ and sorrow*^ The whole Psalmwarrants such an interpretation or explanation. These sons of misery are not confined to any class of men, or position in society.'*• Both low and high, rich and poor, together, as descendants of Adam the first, carry about with them the entail which he leftupon them, sin, sorrow, misery, trouble, anxiety, and care. ay,we may go further, and declare, that with the increase of thegood things of this world, there is oftentimes an increase of cankering care and worrying anxiety. The possession of richesgives no immunity from sorrow and distress. But in the midstof all this a voice is heard. It is the voice of the Son of Man,the voice of the Son of God. His words of counsel and comfortare carried by the power of the Spirit to all those for whom theywere intended. " My mouth shall speak of Wisdom ; and themeditation of my heart shall be of Understanding^ Surely thisig concerning God Himself. Who is Wisdom ? Who is Under-standing ? Those of you who are acquainted with Proverbs viii.Imow well that declaration of the Speaker, *^ I, Wisdom, dwellwith prudence, and find out knowledgfe of witty inventions."ow, there is no knowledge in Divine things, or in the wars of the Lord, apart from Christ, the great Expounder of God's Word,the Expositor of God*s covenant, and oi His covenant dealingsO. ii6.-PEic. OK. PEMiiT. .^^^ ^^ Google134 GROVE CHAFEL PULPIT.