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II> He pott's Corner. CHRIST, THE HEALER OF SORROWS." Isaiah, 53-4. Heb., 12-6. 2 Cor., 4., 17-18. lstPeter,4-13." Oft when the heart is crushed beneath some aad and heavy load, 1 When bitter, cruel words have left their sting And all around is cold and dark along the cheer- less road — Then comes a glorious message from the King, The "Man of Sorrows "understands our deep. impassioned grief— Altho' unknown to e'en our dearest friend The "'Friend of Sinners'' sends to ua His balm and sweet relief,— For does He not to every prayer attend ? Ü! sorrow, trial, suffering,—all are sent in per. feet love, To bend our stubborn wills to His decree, And draw our thoughts from earthly things, to heavenly joys above. And out of suffering—Hia great love to see- Our Heavenly Father never sends more than our frames can bear For well He knows the frailty of man la all points tempted,—He can feel, and note the tailing tear, And every secret thought His eye can scan. Lord Jesua, Thou hast suffered therefore Thoa canst sympathise With all Tuy suffeiing children here on earth. From highest unto lowesc, ail are equal in Thine eyes. o Thou so pure and gentle from Thy birth. Help 118 to know each day we live more of Thy perfect love: The sweetness ot Thy precious Self impart, And draw us ever nearer to that glorious Home above, Where 1 iiou shalt reign Supreme every heart. ELEANOR MASLEN Oysterraouth, 13th May, 1900.

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