The Editor recognizes a responsibility to the Master, relative to what shall appear in these columns, which he cannot and does not cast aside; yet he should not be understood as endorsing every expression of correspondents, or of articles selected from other periodicals.
This paper will be sent free to any of the Lord's poor who will send a card yearly requesting it. Freely we have received and freely we would give the truth. "Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters; and he that hath no money, come ye, buy and eatyea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price." And you that have it"Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labor for that which satisfieth not? Hearken diligentlyand eat ye that which is good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness."ISAIAH 55:1,2.
WE HAVE about a hundred copies of cloth-bound DAWNS VOL. I. which are slightly scuffed, "shop-worn" outside, but clean and perfect inside. They are just the thing for loaning. While they last you can have them at 40 cents each,by mail 10 cents extra for postage.
You will be glad to learn that the thirty-seventh thousand of M. DAWN VOL. I. is now on the press. The extreme heat of the past month reduced the demand somewhat and enabled us to get fully caught up. We are now ready again to fill orders from the new lot. New laborers are continually entering the harvest field, and the sixteen chapters of DAWN, as sixteen sermons, are thus being delivered daily to hundreds who could not be reached so well in any other manner. In each case too a special blessing seems to be upon the laborers.r957 VIEW FROM THE TOWER
r958 EXTRACTS FROM INTERESTING LETTERS.
r958 THE GOSPEL OF GRACE
THE writer of the above signed it A Believer, but I take the liberty of putting his full name, knowing that our readers will appreciate it the more. You will remember him as the brother whose letter appeared next to last among the "Kind Words of Commendation" to DAWN published in April TOWER. For several months Bro. H. has been in a furnace of severe trial, prostrated by sickness. He was obliged to remove, and to abandon the meetings so favorably started in Brooklyn and also the canvassing, but is still strong in the Lord. We print his last letter that you may be able the more closely to sympathize with him.EDITOR.
I have been again prostrated by my enemy, if so I can term that which is God's instrument in consuming the sacrifice, so freely presented. Since writing you, I have suffered prolonged, intense and fearfully weakening pain. I am now at very low ebb, but mending slowly: perhaps to regain strength, and perhaps only to be again suddenly and violently attacked. But all is peace, joy, and confiding trust in my blessed God and Savior. He doeth all things well, and I bow in glad submission. My physician here advises me, as the very best thing to do, to go to Saratoga and drink certain of the waters there for the removal of the gravel by dissolving. My wife wrote, last week, to an old physician-friend residing there, stating my case. He replies in indorsement of this opinion, and says "I can find a place in a private boarding house at $7.00 per weekmy services free to him."
Now I thought that if I continue to gain strength for another week, I might be able to go and to pay my way by selling DAWN in Albany and Saratoga, if these places have not been canvassed. Please write me as to this immediately.r959 CHRIST CRUCIFIED.
r960 CRUCIFIED WITH CHRIST.
r961 CONSECRATED BUT NOT CRUCIFIED.
r962 THE BODYMEMBERS IN PARTICULAR.
r962 AFTER THE ORDER OF MELCHISEDEC.
r963 MADE LIKE UNTO HIS BRETHREN. NO. 2.
r965 IS LIFE A GIFT OR A PURCHASE?
r965 UNSUCCESSFUL WORKERS.
r965 THE MORNING COMETH.
r967 THE LAMB OF GOD APPROVED FOR
r965 BABYLON'S NEW SUBURBS.
r967 "K. OF L." BREAKING UP.
r966 WORLDLY PLEASURES.
r966 DAWN VOL. II. WANTED.