pure water, which are refreshing and satisfying, in contrast with broken cisterns, which disappoint our expectations, and with stagnant pools, whose waters become nauseating, disgusting and engender disease. TRUE SOURCES OF ENJOYMENT. 47 Yet hoiv many, instead of seeking to have sources of enjoyment within their own reach, of making home what it ought to be, a pleasant and happy re-treat from the cares, perplexities and storms of life, and finding pure enjoyments there, seek them in the vain and delusive pleasures of the world and sin. They rush to places of public amusements, to haunts of iniquity and vice. Instead of seeking to have sources of enjoyment in themselves, in a good con-science, in the love and fear of God, in the paths of virtue and religion, and in doing good to others, they pass by these pure streams and fountains, and seek to slake the thirst and longings of the soul in the stagnant pools of the world and sin.