I. FAITH AND PATIENCE. II. IS HE A CHRISTIAN? III. "RICH AND RARE WERE THE GEMS SHE WORE." IV. NOT AS A CHILD. V. ANGELS IN THE HEART. VI. CAST DOWN, BUT NOT DESTROYED. VII. GOOD GROUND. VIII. GIVING THAT DOTH NOT IMPOVERISH. IX. WAS IT MURDER, OR SUICIDE? X. THE NURSERY MAID. XI. MY FATHER. XII. THE CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN.
ALL'S FOR THE BEST.
FAITH AND PATIENCE.
"_I HAVE_ no faith in anything," said a poor doubter, who had trusted in human prudence, and been disappointed; who had endeavored to walk by the lumine of self-derived intelligence, instead of by the light of divine truth, and so lost his way in the world. He was fifty years old! What a sad confession for a man thus far on the journey of life. "No faith in anything."