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CHAPTER III.

I. LARGE-HEARTEDNESS,

(1.) In a noble aim,

(2.) In an ardent pursuit of it,

(3.) In forgiveness of injuries,

2. TENDER-HEARTEDNESS,

(1.) In tears of suffering,

(2.) In tears of sympathy,

(3.) In tears of solicitude for others,

CHAPTER IV.

1. UNSELFISHNESS,

(1.) In renouncing worldly prospects,

(2.) In refusing worldly advantages,

(3.) In seeking the good of others,

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which is intended to run through the volume is that
expressed by the prophet, and frequently referred to
by the apostle Paul, “The just shall live by his
faith. It is important to show our young men that
they cannot either begin to live, or continue to live to
God, without faith in Him who is both the Author and
Sustainer of the new life in the soul; but that having
this faith abiding in them and constantly exercised, the
new life becomes a necessity, as well as a source of
peace and strength and hope.

It will also be observed that the life of Paul, ex-
hibited in his writings and actings, is specially referred
to, and presented as a model to the young. His
many-sided character is analysed, and the various
graces with which it was so remarkably adorned are
set forth in combination, in order to show that in hiin
faith produced not only a great but a well-balanced
mind, a symmetrical character, and a consistent life.

In the supplementary part of the volume on the
“Grounds of Faith,” a specimen is given of one of
the branches of Christian evidence, which may not be
without use in this age of unsettled opinion and pre-
judiced doubt, and which may tend to lead our young
men to study those other branches of the Christian
evidence that demonstrate that the Bible is no cun-
ningly devised fable, but the inspired Word of God.
The substance of this part of the volume formed a
series of articles in the Christian Evidence Journal,
which has rendered such good service to the cause of
Apologetics.

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