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Ho! every one that thirsteth, come to this fountain side!
Drink freely of its waters, drink and be satisfied!
Yet linger not, but hasten on, and bear to all around
Glad tidings of the love and peace and mercy thou hast found.

Then, as of old, in vision seen before the prophet's eyes,
Broader and deeper on its course the stream of life shall rise:
And everywhere, as on it flows, shall carry light and love,
Peace and goodwill to man on earth, glory to God above!

'The Field is the World.' So said One whose every utterance was far-reaching and full of meaning. Born a Jew, and during His earthly life never passing beyond the narrow limits of the land of His birth, His spiritual vision took in all the kingdoms of the world, and His heart went out in yearning love and pity to the despised Gentile races unknown to, and uncared for by those around Him. His thoughts went forward to the time when His other sheep, not of that fold, should be gathered in: and they too were included in the intercessions of that last wonderful prayer in which the feelings of a lifetime were gathered up and poured out to His Father in heaven: 'Neither pray I for these alone, but for them also which shall believe on Me through their word.' His parting instructions to His disciples show plainly what His desires and intentions were with regard to all nations far and near, 'Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature.' And again, 'Ye shall be witnesses unto Me unto the uttermost parts of the earth' (Acts i.8).

This long-neglected and almost forgotten command is now being pressed upon the attention of Christians by many voices and many pens, and not in vain.

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  • Mrs. F. T. Haig (Author)
  • Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
  • English
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