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"ARE YOU A MASON?"

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Covtesponkttce. ■All letter i to the Editormrut be authenticated with tye name And address of the writer,not necestartlu fur publico- it on, but as a juarantee of good faith. Wt cannot insert letters which have appeared elsewhei t nor do we undertake toreturn rejected manuscripts. OurculurILns are open to the inttuiyent discussion of all questions of an m'portant public nature, but, of course, it t* understood that we do not necessarily endorse the views of our Cur respondents. THE JEWISH PERIL. (To the Editor of The Cambrian.") Sir,-The harsh legislative measures by the Roumanian Government, threatening the large Jewuh population of that eountry with most disastrous results, demand the greatest care and vigilance on the part of their co-religionists and fneuds who duel1 m more favoured climes. I note however the semi-otfioial denial from Bucharest which may partially ullay the excite. meat. Many Jews h>.ve, however of recent years, been compelled to leave that country, and the horrible expenences of the Ru,si,n JewS are yet so fresh in our memories that we cannot look on impassively witnout inqmnug into the reasons and if there is any hope of a better state of things- Sad, indeed, has been the lot of Israel per- secuted and driven from country to country. Yes, there is solid comfort in store, for J .cob is ultimately ta be saved out of his trouble —Jer 30. 7. What is the remedy F It ,s one that natu-ally forces itself into the front, and that is a retutn to the land of their fathers—Palest.ne. Lone' centuries ago, their beautiful temple was destroyed, and tney were altogether excelled from the laud but not for ever. The land wna given over to desolation bnt not for ever. They were to be a by-word and a reproach but not fur ever. They were to be with lit. a king but not for ever. That is the divine answe ■ to our inquiry. He will choose Jerusalem -h 2, 12. They wiil again pass througn the Red St;a.— Ps., 68, 22. A more magnificent tempe (lIkù to the frame of a city) is to be e 4u in sizy, grandeur and wtaltii any other eJificc.—Ezokiel, 40. The Zionist Ma-, cment is a most eh quent sign of the times, iiid an organised effort to carry out a preliminary co!o isat on of the Holy Land, the necessary prelude to a full and final restoration. I therefore hope y< u' readers wiil thoroughly examine the evidence to be found se copiously in the Scriptures. In the' process of the thr-ir restoration there will be many and very startling developments. It is too much the cus om to treat the Old Testamc t writings as a re'-uia of the past, they neverihfleaa deal with fb't-Pvfn,ei!i' a?d °,pen up a vist:1 of the future that should niake glad the sons of Israel and all who long to see^ the earth and its inhabitants emancipated from the evils that now obtain, and peace on earth and goodwill towards mau prevail. „1'li;;i,rJ1isI?ersion ^Persecution haabeen liter- ally fulfilled as prophetically announced by Moees three thousand years ago, and this self-evident fact is an unmistakable guarantee that the re- gathering will be as literally accomplished, for Moses al-o foretold that Jehovah would be merciful to His land and to His people Dout. 32, 43, and to this agree the prophets one and all. For lo the days come saith the Lord, that I will bring again the captivity of my people Israel and Judah, and I will cause them to return to the land that I gave to their fathers, and they shall possess it."—Jer., 30, 3. I will bring again the captivity of my people of Israel, and they shall build the waste cities and inhabit them, and they shall plant vineyards and drink the wine thereof. I will plant them ugon their land and they shall no more be pulled up out of their land which I have given them saith the Lord God."— Amos, 9,14, 15. It is true they have been scattered for disobedience. It is true that Judah then rejected their Messiah but it is also true that they will be regathered, and that their once rejected Messiah will yet manifest himself as their deliverer and king, and they will accept him.—Zech., 12. 10.—For the Lord God'shall give nnto him the throne of his father, David, ana he shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever, and of his kingdom there shall be no end. That being so, we can see the force of Christ's state- ment that Jerusalem is the city of the Great King. Thus the ever recurring Jewish question will be finally solved.—Yours respectfully, RESTORATION. April 15th, 1902.

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