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By John Ker

      "Unto the upright there ariseth light in the darkness..." (Ps. 112:4).

      How shall we seek deliverance [from doubt]? By calm, reverential inquiry in the depths of the nature God has given us, and of that Word which professes to be the revelation of it and of Him--by humble, hopeful prayer to the Father of lights, whose will cannot be that any soul He has made should walk in darkness; by holding to the nearest, clearest truth, whatever it may be, and acting upon it, assured that every truth leads up; by an effort to be true ourselves and thoroughly genuine,--"Unto the upright there ariseth light in the darkness;" and if we think we have found great truths, but are troubled with difficulties on the edges, then by a constant recurrence to the center and soul of things, where we feel we can repose,--the great assured character of God as a God of justice, love, and mercy, who will bring all right, and enable the soul to realise that prophecy which shall yet come to the world, "But there the glorious Lord will be unto us a place of broad rivers and streams."

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