Jesus." Byron, at the thought of this wonderful life,cries out : " If ever man was God, or God man,Jesus Christ was both." Paul, who knew JesusChrist in the kingdom of His grace, and who knewHim also as the King of Glory, beheld Him, theBeloved, "far above all principality, and power, andmight, and dominion, and every name that is named,not only in this world, but also in that which is tocome." And the church has sung :" Angels, archangels glorious,Guard of the church victorious,Sing to His name.Crown Him with crowns of light,One of the Three by right,Love, majesty, and might,The great I Am. "It was into His face whom sceptics, philosophers,apostles, and poets have glorified, that Peter looked ;and it was to Him that Peter said : " Lord, Thouknowest all things, Thou knowest that I love Thee,"Peter in saying this made a great claim for himself.It is a great thing for one in a gallery of art, lookingupon a master-piece, to say : " I appreciate and delight in this painting." A man must himself besomething of an artist thoroughly to enjoy a work of art It was a great thing for a man like Peter tolook upon a man like Jesus and say : "Thou knowestthat I love Thee." But Peter said it.You and I are somewhat puzzled to know howPeter could, with his recent record, make such aprofession. It was but a short time before that hehad solemnly declared, " Though all men forsakeThee, yet will not I ; " yet he was one of the first toforsake and flee from his Master in the hour of trial.