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“Yea, saith the Spirit; that thạy may rest from their labours,
and their works do follow them."
The University of lowa
" Thou holy Spirite, we pray to the
“ Thou worthy lyght, that art so cleare,
“ Thou swete love, graunt us altogether
“Be thou our comfortoure in all nede;
THE subject of the following chapters needs
no prefatory introduction to the Christian reader. In itself eternally and divinely important, it has become in the mercy of God a special subject of our own time. Far and wide in the Christian Church, amidst too many phenomena of peril and perplexity, we hail as a phenomenon of good and glorious omen an ever-deepening attention to the divine promises which gather round the truth of the Holy Ghost. More and ever more it is recognized by those who name the Name of the Son that, alike for individual blessing and for the work and witness of the Community, we depend with an absolute need upon the presence and power of the SPIRIT.