Excerpt from The Eternal Epistle: Sermons on the Epistles for the Church Year
And if, sometimes, commingled with life's wine. We find the wormwood and rebel and shrink, Be sure a wiser hand than yours or mine, Pours out this potion for our lips to drink.
And if some friend we love IS lying low, \where human kisses cannot reach his face Oh, do not blame the loving Father so, But wear your sorrow with obedient grace.
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