Excerpt from The Lighted Pathway, Vol. 13: January, 1942
The Christian lights his torch at this fire and starts out. There in the darkness is one who has lost his way. He flounders in the mire, helpless, and discouraged, when the Christian passes by, holding aloft his torch. In its light hope revives.
In the darkness are heard muttered curses; two men engaged in a fight. A Christian passes by, and in the light of his torch the two fighters see each other's face and recognize they are brothers.
Away in the darkness there is the sound of sobbing. Someone sits by an open grave and mourns over a life that has slipped away. A Christian passes by, and in the light of his torch an angel visitor is seen, and a voice is heard, Because I live, ye shall live also. That sorrowing heart is strangely comforted.
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