GOD'S COVEAT OF THE DAY AD IGHT.BY REV. DAIEL MARCH, D.D.,Thus saith the Lord: If ye can break tny covenant of the day and mycovenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night intheirseason, then will I cast away the seed of Jacob. ]E.R. xxxiii. 20, 26.THE works and the word of God are the two doorsthat lead into the one temple of truth. Bothstand open day and night, inviting all to enter.Over both are written in golden letters thedivine words, " Seek and ye shall find, knock and itshall be opened unto you." Both send forth beamsof the excellent glory which is enthroned within, andupon the full brightness of which no mortal eye cangaze. The separate streams of light which issue fromthe open portals of the one temple unite again harmo-niously in the same beam, and thus prove the fact andproclaim the glory of their common source. The like-ness of the one great Creator delineated by light drawnfrom his works and his word is the same. It must bea darkened and perverted heart which will not receivethe light of ature and the light of Revelation ascoming from the same source, teaching the same truthand always agreeing with each other. The theologianwho is afraid to receive the revelation of God in hisworks is as blind as the philosopher who shuts his eyeto the clearer revelation of God in his word.X 360370 GOD'S COVEAT OF THE DAY AD IGHT.