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LIGHT AND DARKNESS: SIN AND PURIFICATION.
Use of language drawn from the senses. Its superiority to abstract
language-Special fitness of the words Light and Darkness in a
Men-Light enjoyed, not appropriated—What the Apostles said to
THE WORLD AND THE FATHER.
The Children of a Family going out into the world—Dangers of the
change-Why we should rejoice in it—The World an Order—How
The expression, 'He that denieth the Son hath not the Father,' illus-
trated-How the Apostles regarded a Christ who is not a Son, but
of the Spirit, in whom they are One-'Abiding in the Father and
THE DEVIL AND HIS WORKS.
The Accuser or Slanderer-Was St. John following an old Hebrew
tradition in speaking of such a Spirit ?—Experience of thoughts