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desiring to fill a conspicuous position by deceitful means. like manner also are the hopes of the hypocrite doomed to be overthrown, and he himself destroyed, by means of his own deception."
A TRIBUTE OF GRATITUDE.
MARK XIV. 8.-"She hath done what she could."
Died for me.-An Illinois farmer was discovered kneeling at the head of a soldier's grave at Nashville. Being asked, “ Is that your boy? " he replied, "No, he lived in our town, and I have come to find his grave." The observer said, "Perhaps you represent his father, who could not come ? Yes, my neighbour was glad to have me come, but I came for myself. You see, I have seven children, all of them small, and my wife is sickly. I was drafted. There was nobody to carry on the farm, and I could not hire a substitute. My thirteen dollars a month would not feed the family. It seemed as though I must go, and they must suffer. When we were in our greatest trouble about it-just the morning I was to report at camp,my neighbour's son came over to my house, and offered to go to the war for me. He said he had nobody depending on him, and could go better than I. He went, and was wounded at Chickamanga, was brought to a Nashville hospital, and this is his grave. The farmer had come a long distance, at heavy cost, to write upon the head-board of his soldier-friend, "Died for me."
A FREE GIFT.
MARK XIV. 6.—"She hath wrought a good work."
The Widow's Rouble.-"A poor widow contributed to the Dorpatian branch of the Russian Bible Society a rouble; and, to the question whether that sum was not rather too much for one in her circumstances, she answered, "Love is not afraid of giving too much."
THE WIDOW'S MITE.
THE WIDOW'S MITE.
MARK Xii. 41-44.
In the courts of the temple to numbers unknown,
The rich with their gold and their silver appear,
Then passed by a lone one, neglected and poor,
But He who sat by marked that boon as 'twas given,
"See! here is the giver whose offering is blest!
But she this small pittance, her all, hath bestowed,
Oh! like unto hers be our dole freely given,
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