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people think that their time and property are their own.what saying is more frequent than this? i have a right to do what i will with my own.on one occasion a friend was beside the dying bed of a military man who had held an important command in successful indian wars.he asked if he were afraid to die.he at once said: i am not.why? he said: i have never done any harm.the other replied: if you were going to be tried by a courtmartial as an officer and a gentleman, i suppose you would expect an honorable acquittal? the dying old man lifted himself up, and with an energy which his illness seemed to render impossible, exclaimed, that i should! but you are not going to a courtmartial; you are going to christ; and when christ asks you, what have you done for me? what will you say? his countenance changed, and earnestly gazing on his friend, with agonized feelings he answered: _nothing!_i have never done _anything_ for christ! his friend pointed out the awful mistake of habitually living in the sense of our relations one with another, and forgetting our relation to christ and to god; therefore the error of supposing that doing no harm, or even doing good to those around, will serve as a substitute for _living to god.what have you done for christ?_ is the great question.after some days, he called again on the old man, who said: well, sir, what do you think now? he replied: ah! i am a poor sinner.he pointed him to the savior of sinners; and not long afterward he departed this life as a repentant sinner, resting in christ.what an awful end would have come to the false peace in which he was found! and yet it is the peace of the multitudes, only to be undeceived at the judgment seat of christ.if this world is going to be reached, i am convinced it must be done by men and women of average talent.after all there are comparatively few people in the world who have great talents.here is a man with one talent; there is another with three; perhaps i may have only half a talent.but if we all go to work and trade with the gifts we have the lord will prosper us; and we may double or treble our talents.what we need is to be up and about our masters work, every man building against his own house.the more we use the means and opportunities we have, the more will our ability and our opportunities be increased.an eastern allegory runs thus: a merchant, going abroad for a time, gave respectively to two of his friends two sacks of wheat each, to take care of against his return.years passed; he came back, and applied for them again.the first took him into a storehouse, and showed them his sacks; but they were mildewed and worthless.the other led him out into the open country, and pointed to field after field of waving corn, the produce of the two sacks given him.said the merchant: you have been a faithful friend.give me two sacks of that wheat; the rest shall be thine.i heard a person once say that she wanted assurance.i asked how long she had been a christian; and she replied she had been one for a number of years.i said: what are you doing for christ? i do not know that i have the opportunity of doing anything, she replied.i pity the person who professes to be a christian in this day, and who says he can find no opportunities of doing any work for christ.i cannot imagine where his lot must be cast.the idea of any one knowing the lord jesus christ in this nineteenth century, and saying he has no opportunities of testifying for him.surely no one need look far to find plenty of opportunities for speaking and working for the master, if he only has the desire to do it.lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.if you cannot do some great thing, you can do some little thing.a man sent me a tract a little while ago, entitled, what is that in thine hand? and i am very thankful he sent it.these words were spoken by god to moses when he called him to go down to egypt, and bring the children of israel out of the house of bondage.you remember how moses tried to excuse himself.he said he was not eloquent; he was not this and that; and he could not go.like isaiah he wanted the lord to send some one else.at last the lord said to moses, what is that in thine hand? he had a rod in his hand.it may be that a few days before he wanted something to drive the sheep with, and he may have cut this wand for that purpose.he could probably have got a hundred better rods any day.yet with that he was to deliver the children of israel.god was to link his almighty power with that rod; and that was enough.i can imagine that as moses was on his way down to egypt he may have met one of the philosophers or freethinkers of his day, who might have asked him where he was going.down to egypt.indeed! are you going down there again to live? no, i am going to bring my people out of the house of bondage.what! you are going to deliver them from the hand of pharaoh, the mightiest monarch now living? you think you are going to free three millions of slaves from the power of the egyptians? yes.how are you going to do it? with this rod.what a contemptible thing the rod must have been in the eyes of that egyptian freethinker; the idea of delivering three millions of slaves with a rod! we had three millions of slaves in this country, and before they could be set free half a million of men had to lay down their lives.the flower of the nation marched to its grave before our slaves gained their deliverance.here was a weak and solitary man going down to egypt, to meet a monarch who had the power of life and death

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