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SCRIPTURE tLLUSTRA TIOSS-

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SCRIPTURE tLLUSTRA TIOSS- (No. 7.) Upon the land of my people shall come np thof" briars. Until the Spirit be poured upon u*, tJ on high, and the wilderness be a fruitful field, j$/' fruitful field be counted for a forest.—Isaiah xxxii. 1:J- of One reason why it is difficult to depend t ought on the agency of the Spirit, and yet co^'gpi active, is, that it is not matter of consultatlOu, the that it cannot immediately and directly enter iotO tbe regulation cf the choice of the expedients, w adoption of measures. It is altogether an secret of the Divine Being; it cannot in any deøllof be subjected to our control, and therefore it c0\. 19 be the subject of our counsel. \Ve are called »P' \gf exert ourselves as much in the same way, to e0,^tti» the same sort of instrumentality, to set on {0° .riØe same means, as though there were no such doCi¡,t' existing in our creed, and no such expectation ing in our miuds. The consequence is, we apt to lose sight, even while strenuously attendi"^ our duty, in soma measure of that divine agency, on which the success of all oaTe?Ltf* depends. The most busy husbandman is not tn« the one who sees most clearly his dependence °n •„ £ sun or the rain and while good men may be their utmost prudence and their utmost zeal, diffusion of Christianity among the heathen, ^e/^ne^ in great danger of losing sight of their depe" .1ft' on the invisible agency of the divine Spirit,d,!V 'nS attention exclusively to the apparatus th<v setting in motion. setting in motion. setting in motion. ROBERT1