Father, that in Christ much more of the Father is visible than elsewhere. It may seem to you that there is much outside of Christianity which tells us of the Father, much which points to him in nature ; much which reminds of him in Providence ; much which bears witness to him in the heart. But let me ask you to think how much these evi-dences owe to the witness of Christ. You forget that Nature, Providence, Experience, the world without you, and the world within you, all stand revealed in the light which shines from the sun of righteousness. Christianity fills the air. You see through it; you hear through it ; you feel through it. Infidelity itself has something of this unconscious Christianity in it. It is of a higher order than it would be otherwise. That which, but for the coming of Christ, would have been shadowy, confused, discordant, has through him become clear, intelligible, and harmonious. He inter-prets to you the mysterious hieroglyphics of nature, the dark enigmas of Providence, the vague yearnings of your own heart.