to come, the other to the Saviour that had appeared. Paul called himself " a servant of the Lord Jesus;" David "in spirit called Christ, Lord." They had the same feeling as to the origin ¦of their godliness. Paul said, " By the grace of God I am what I am ; " David said, " He brought me up also out of an horrible pit." They had the same tone of lamentation over indwelling sin. Paul said, " I find a law that when I would do good, evil is present with me ;" David said, " My soul cleaveth to Christian Unity. 13 the dust, quicken me, O Lord, according to thy word." They had the same earnest desire to become better. Paul said, " I press toward the mark ; " David said, " O that my way were directed to keep thy statutes." They had the same consolation under trial. Paul said, " I am filled with comfort ; " David said, " In the multitude of my thoughts with- in me, thy comforts delight my soul." They had the same good hope through grace. Paul said, " And so shall we be ever with the Lord ; " David said, " I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness." They had the same religious patriotism^ Paul said, " My heart's desire and prayer to- God for Israel is that they might be saved ; '"