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SONS OF TEMPERANCE.

REV. T. W. MEDHURST AT BRIDGEND.

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REV. T. W. MEDHURST AT BRIDGEND. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Preaching at the Hope Baptist Church, Bridg- end. on Sunday morning, the Rev. T. W. Med- hurst took for his text 34th Psalm, 11. After describing the circumstances under which David wrote the psalm, he said the term "fear of the Lord" was inclusive, and included all that was in- cluded in the word religion. They heard a ?reat deal nowadays of secular instruction. There were many who wanted to divorce secular from religious instruction. They said—and he supposed they said rightly in one ret pec::—that the State should provide secular instruction, and that the church of the Lord Jesus Christ should provide religious instruction, and that the Sgate hid nothing what- ever to do with the teaching of religion, but that it was the special work of the Church to teach the fear of the Lord. He took it that they must not divorce the two. They could not impart instruc- tion of any kind that was worth receiving if they divorced and separated it from the fear of the Lord. Mr. Mcdhurst proceeded to show that his text was in every way applicable to the Sunday School teachers, and urged the importance of parents seeing to the religious instruction of their children themselves.

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