great sinner, and he appeared to me as a
deliverer from sin. 0! the mercy."
" How could he be a deliverer?"
" It is because he was the Son of God
that came into the world to seek and save
that which was lost."
Here he drew near to me and rested his
arm upon my knee.
" Do you ever have any affecting views
of his character?"
" Very often, very often. And it is my
daily desire and striving to know more
and more and more of his character."
" What are the views you have of him ?"
"He appears to me daily as the Saviour
of the world, able and willing to save all
who come to God by him."
" How do others appear to you in com¬
parison with him ?"
" Nothing but chaff before the wind, and
the things of the earth appear as dust com¬
pared with the glory of the Son of God."
" How car. he bear to be seen by such
a sinner as you and I ?"
" Because he bears with us a long t;me