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:t. e thing'.
1880. FEBRUARY. 1880.
Tin- GRL'AT REDUCTION in Prices con cen
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te make room for our
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Suits and Suitings,
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TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, 1880.
Sermon by the Kev. Dr. C. Z. TVelser, of St.
Stephen's Church, Elrwt Sunday in
Lent, Feb. 15, 1880.
Stenographic Repert by T. A. Fenstenmachcr.
The gospel lessen, as wc liave heard, is
written in the fint eleven verses of the 4th
chapter of St. Matthew, and is the nar
rative of the temptation scene in the life
of our Lord. "Whether that invster-
ieus scene in His history was an inner soul
vision, or an outward panorama, or both,
is a question which we will net raise ; and
for geed reasons. First, because we de
net knew them. Ne man ever did knew.
And, secondly, because it makes little for
or against the event itself.
Whether our Lord could have sinned
and fallen or net is another question which
we arc net about te discuss, but te satisfy
ourselves en it by simply saying : He was
able net te sin, and therefore was unable
But that which we cannot avoid is the
reality of that temptation. Let us held
fast te that. Whatever mysteries cluster
around it, let us held fast te that. And
in order te make ourselves see something
of the reality of that temptation it is neces
sary te ask: Te what would Satan tempt
Christ? It was, remember, the tempta
tion by Satan of Christ. A very many
Bible readers are familiar with the narra
tive, and yet when asked te tell themselves
te what Satan would possess, strain Christ,
they find it difficult te answer.
However many onsets he makes here,
and however different they may seem one
from the ether Satin always aims in one
direction. And that, mark, was, what?
What would he tempt Christ te de ? Te
make bread, te make an exhibition of
Himself by descending down, and then te
engage in a devil worship finally. That
seems very much te be a series of sharp
thrusts en the part of Satan, and an artful
avoiding or parrying pf these .strokes en the
part of Christ. New he aimed from end te
end, from lirst te last, at but one thing.
And that was, what ? Te clfect a divorce
ment between Christ and His Father, be
tween the Sen and the Father. Remember
theie was a harmony, a unison, a oneness
between Ged and Christ. ' I and the
Father are one." Yeu and lean never un
derstand the mysterious relation which lie
sustained, further than this : that it w.is a
perfectly harmonious one. Satan knew that;
none knew it better. And he knew tee
that if he could disturb that harmony, if
he could divorce the Sen from the Father
in the least degree, if lie could but tempt
him te vary te deviate in the least degiee,
the victory would be his. And this he
tempts Him te de new.
First, by alienating Him. lie finds Him
fasting the tenth part of a year, lie
linds Him anhungered. And he knew Him
te be a real man, and a real man means a
real stomach, and a real stomach fasting
forty days and forty nights means hunger.
He knew what that is better than you erjl
unless we have been 'in the army once.
Here are stones. They leek like leaves of
bread. Could Satan through the sense,
through the reality of the physical nature
of Christ, lintl an avenue by which he
might ledge in His soul the temptation?
By the fact of selfhood, by the thought of
independence could he? He will try :
"If thou be the Sen of Ged which I de
net question hungry as thou art, why net
use that power, why suffer?" There is
no harm in satisfying that appetite. II
appears no sin. I held that the mere cre
ating of bread would net be a sin, and I
question sometimes whether the granting
of Satan's request would have been the sin
he was aiming at. Fer en another occa
sion we find a demon praying te Him for
permission te enter a herd of swine, and
He granted his prayer and said, "Ge."
Unnatural it certainly would have been te
create bread out of stone, and net in any
wise suitable for the Sen of Ged te de it at
the suggestion of Satan. But conceding
all this, that which Satan aimed at lay
still further. By means of this he could
suggest te Christ, and perhaps find lodg
ment in His soul for the thought of unbe
lief. New it comes te that at last. Yeu
may call it mistrust ; you may call it dis
trust ; but these let out te their last ground
conic te unbelief. And se we may say
Satan's first temptation was in the direc
tion of unbelief. Unbelief is the mother of
all ether sins, isn't it ? And faith is the
mother of all ether graces, is it Het?
And does net Satan in every case begin
his sad work by the suggestion of un
belief? By having that planted in the
mind, and having that ledged there, lie
does net need te concern himself much
mere. He that believeth net shall be
damned. Christ steed towards Ged very
much as the earth stands toward the sun.
There are two forces that keep that earth
just where it is. If you can in anywise
weaken the outer or inner force, the cen
tripetal or centrifugal, you disturb the re re
latien,thc proper relation, which the earth
should sustain te the sun, and the least
disturbance's ruinous. Just se Christ steed
towards the" Father, and new Satan tries
in the first place te loosen that bend which
drew Him toward the Father, the bend of
confidence, the bend of love, the bend of
faith. "Can I weaken that? If lean
he flics away from the Father as the earth
would fly away from the sun. Could I
disturb it in the least, enervate it never
se little? Only se that it is done. I will
suggest te him that he shall act from
self, that he shall act out self,
the empire of selfhood shall be built
within Him." We have net time te go
into details,but I threw out the suggestion
new, and I think we arc borne out in this
position by the answer of the Saviour. The
Saviour sees the poison. He sees exactly
where it lies. And He says : Man shall net
live by bread alone, but by every word that
preceedeth out of the mouth of Ged. And
if you turn te Deuteronomy, whence this
quotation of our Lord comes, you will And
that the whole context shows what He
means. And it is this : that in order te live
you must stand in right relation te Ged's
whole economy. Yeu must be careful te
be in proper union with all His or er
derings and arrangements, with every part
of the soul, ami mat it you ate net, you
may exist, but you de net live. Yen de
net live happy. Yeu arc net where you
want te be, and you are net what you
wish te be. Yeu are net happy. Taken
in this sense new it confirms the interpre
tation which we threw upon his first
onset, namely, te create unbelief, or in
ether words te enervate the centripetal
force that held Him te His Father, se that
He might alienate Ilimsilf; divorce him
self. But that would net answer and he tries
the very antipode of fiat temptation, the
very opposite of it. He finds that this
force which holds Him te His Father is
stieng, that it will net be weakened. Can
he net new loosen the centrifugal, the out
standing force, se that He may fly into
the face of His Father. Can he net sug
gest te Him the thought of superstition ?
If I would preach in German I would call
the first Unglaubcn and the second Aber
glaubcn. But the English language is a
peer one, yen must use another root and
call it superstition. He takes Him upon
the penacle of the temple into the holy
city, and there we find the two princes,
the Prince of Light and the prince of dark
ness. Satan says: "Yeu are firmly
bound te your Father, it is right, it is
right te be loyal ; trust every word of your
Father. What a thing it is te be such a
Sen te such a Father. I am convinced
that nothing can separate Thee from the
Father, that Theu wilt trust every word,
every iota, every tittle of His word. I
have sounded Thee and have found Thy
faith te be spotless. Why, I remember in
the Ulst Palm it is written that He will
give His angels charge concerning His
servant and in their hands they shall bear
Thee up Jest at any time Theu dash Thy
feet again&t a stone. If Theu wcrt te
leave Thyself down the angels would come
as eagles de unto their young and bear Thee
up and let Thee down gradually se that
Theu leceive no hurt. That is writttcn in
the 01st Psahn concerning any of Ged's
servants and I knew that Thy faith is se
strong that Theu weuldst put it te the
test before the world were it thus chal
lenged. I knew Thy trust is in every word ;
and this is one of the words that pro pre
ceedeth out of the Father's mouth, and I
knew that Thy faith is even strong enough
te put that te the test."
De you sec the poison of that tempta
tion te make Him superstitious, te make
Him trust ever much instead of trusting tee
little. The first was tried, try the ether.
The Sen of Ged sees that, lie sees just
where the temptation lies, and this onset
and the answer bear us out again. "Theu
shalt net tempt the Lord thy Ged 'is also
a word of my Father ; I must balance this
with that ; I must obey every word, net
only these that thou hast selected, but all
ethers. 1 shall net tempt my Father. I
dare net ; none of His children dare." And
new Satan finds that this tee is tee weak
a weapon, that he can net slay the second
Adam by such a sword ; and what docs he
de ? It is generally said, by geed mean
ing men, tee, and learned men, that Satan
disguised himself in the first onset and
also in the second, that he put en his best
clothing, his stolen livery, until he found
that there was harder work te be done
here than he had Jat first imagined ; then
he throws oil his disguise, and comes be be
l'eie the Saviour as the black devil, horned,
shows him the world and says, " New I
will giveThec this world if Theu wilt wor
ship me." It is all wrong; that is all
wrong. Satan is cunning and net
stupid. Ne eidinary servant of the
devil would employ such tactics.
His reputation ler cunning would
be clean gene forever if that is true.
Ne. Satan's first onset is cunning and sub
tle, the next is mere subtle, and the third
and last is most subtle. He takes Him te
another economy, into the mountain and
shows him the kingdoms of this world, the
whole world. And Satan knows far better
than most men de hew much this world is
worth, hew much there is in it ; he knows
better whence it came than most scientists,
he knows the object and cud of it. He shows
Christ all this ; I de net knew hew. He
shewsJIIim the kingdoms of this world and
the glory of them, lie didn't say : here is a
vale of teais, here is a miserable damned
thing of a world. Ne, depend upon it, he
made all out of it there is in it, and, further
mere he represents himself as the lord of
it. And explain it as you may; Satan has a
mortgage en this world, lie is the prince I
of this world and although he is net the j
owner of this w erld he is the possessor ,
of it. This is avast difference. It does
net make much difference new-a-days te ,
men whether they own or net, only se they i
possess. It did't make much diffeience te
Satan. He concedes the preposition that
he has net a geed title te it, but he knows
that he pesseses it. And the whole object
of the plan of redemption is te dispossess
Satan, and te repossess the world en the
part of Ged. But the possessor of this
world is the prince of this world, and at
the same time it is his kingdom as it were.
And new he enters into a familiar, plain
conversation with the Lord of the ether
world. "Theu seest this world, all its
kingdom and all its glory ; thou knewest
that I am the lord of it ; I knew that Theu
wilt net declare Thyself disloyal te Thy
Father ; 1 knew that Theu wilt remain in
right relation te Ged ; I cannot find in thy
soul any harmony with the suggestion of
unbelief, nor for that of superstition; Theu
wilt remain jnst as Theu art, in right, true
relation te Thy Father ; I will net disturb
that ; I will suffer Thee te be where Theu
art. But canst Theu net admit me, also ?
Canst Theu net permit Thy loyalty te ex
tend en this side as well as en that?"
Let me explain : If 1 knew a little some
thing about Meteorology, I may be permit
ted te say hcie that the air is composed of
three different airs. That all pure, healthy
atmosphere lias three factors, and that
only in se far as these arc properly pro
portioned toward eacli ether, is the air
pure. I might render that air foul by dis
turbing the proportions within it, just as
Satan tried te disturb the harmony be
Christ's Father and Himself, and did net
succeed ; but new is there net another way
by which I can render that air foul ? Thus:
there may be a pond and out of that
issues a miasma. And can I net in some way
inject that miasma into this body of pure
air ? If se, it will contaminate the whole
body. Thus there is a hypestatic union, is
there ? There is a certain relation in the
Persons of the Godhead, as wc say. How
ever mysterious, it is right, just right,
Satan tried te disturb that. He could net.
New then, can he net by contamination
disturb that harmony ? Can he net suc
ceed thus te have Christ te declare a sort
of compromise ? Let Him be loyal te that
world, and let illm be loyal te this world,
loyal te Ged and loyal te the prince of this
world. Can He net stand between?
Can He net serve Ged and Mammen?
Christ in later days said that could
net be done. Satan knew very well
that it' was a hazardous thing for
Christ te de, but He has net the omnis
cience, he did net knew why he did net
agree. Tims it was by contamination that
he would disturb the right relation between
Ged and Christ. He did net succeed.
Satan had tried his last and. his best
thrust at Him in order te have an entering
wedge, and failed. Christ answers him
It is written : " Theu shalt worship the
Lord thy Ged, and Him only shalt thou
worship." The emphasis is en the only or
it is nowhere. " llieu shalt worship the
Lord thy Ged, and Him only shalt thou
If this temptation scene in the life of the
Saviour is net a model ; if it is net in a
picture as it were, your own temptation,
then I de net understand it. I read that
Christ was tempted in all points like as we
arc. If Christ was tempted thus, then
you and I are tempted in that way. Hew?
By having first of all suggested te us un
belief ; that is the beginning ; that is the
first result of Satan's work in your heart
and mine. Many, very many foolishly de
clare themselves independent of Ged's ar
rangement and Ged's law, set up ferlthem-
selves, and proceed te make bread out of
stone. Whatever is asainst nature, what
ever is against right, no matter hew much
money it makes, or hew much bread it
makes, it is making bread out of stone.
Hundreds and thousands are making that
kind of bread and forget that all bread
made out of stone turns back te stone
again and lies heavy en the hsart
crushes the 1 evrtat last. Ne man is happier
than he who places himself in right rela
tion te Ged, through Jesus Christ, and en
deavors in life and history te live by every
word that preceedeth out of the mouth of
Ged. Blessed be Ged ! There arc many
faithful servants that arc net slain by the
sword of unbelief.
But then, my friends, is there net
another danger? Satan knows that there
arc some hearts that will net disbelieve,
that will net distrust, that can net be cap
tured by the suggestion of unbelief. And
hence, he tries the ether weapon, supersti
tien. He tells men: "Yeu are baptized,you
commune and you go te church that is
right. Maintain your loyalty te the end.
Yeu trust in these things, and you are safe
in it, for that life, for that obedience."
New, are net these men superstitious who
refer back te their baptism, or at most, te
their outward acts of loyalty te Ged as the
whole ground of their salvation ? I de net
knew, my friends, whether you are pas
tors ; but I knew that I am a pastor, and I
knew that this is one of the weapons by
which satan slays our membership. It is
comparatively easy te held men te Ged
whehave a Christian ancestry, though held
there because their fathers and grandfath
ers, their whole ancestry, was a believing
one. But they rely only en that. When
it conies te obedience, te live their faith,
then they are wanting. And they fall un
der a spirit et superstition, lhese are
they who in the last day will say : "Why,
thou hast preached in our streets and we
have eaten and drank in thy presence.
Knewest net us ?" Ne.
But there is one ether way. There are
men who will net be superstitious, but
they declare a compromise between Ged
and the devil lcmembcr the devil is call
erf Mammen in business. On Sundays
" Lord Ged," and during the week it is a
fellewshipping with mammon. In chapel,
with the psalmody, the hymnal ; at the
altar loyal te Ged ; at the market, at the
counter, in your calling, bowing down con
stantly te Satan, te Mammen. Hew many
fall here ! My friends, Christ was tempted
in all points like as wc are ; and thus we
may say that every man is led up and
tempted in one of these three ways, and
U lie passes safely beyond these three on
sets of the devil, is he net forever safe
then ? In the epistle of St. Jehn wc read
of these three temptations : The lust of
the flesh, the pride of the eye and covet cevet covet
eusiiess or vanity.
We conclude with this exhortation of
St. Paul : " Wherefore take unto you the
whole armor of Ged that ye may beablc te
withstand in the evil day, and having done
alI,te stand. Stand therefore, having your
loins gird about with truth, and having en
the breastplate of righteousness ; and your
feet shed with the preparation of the gos ges
jkjI of peace ; above all,takingthe shield of
faith, wherewith ye shall be able te quench
all the fiery darts of the wicked. And
take the helmet of salvation and the sword
of the spirit which is the Werd of Ged."
We may say that he who is thus paneplied,
thus armored, can parry all the strokes of
Satan from every side, and comes down
from the mount of temptation te be minis
tered unto, congratulated, by the angels of
Ged. May Ged add his blessing te Hfc
preached Werd. Amen.
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' The delicate and rare styles of Underwear we are new showing merit
mere than passing notice.
With the improved assortment of fine lace-trimmed goods, finished
with rare silk and niceness, we introduce
THE CONTENT WORK
and pretty things made in the suburbs of Paris, and en the Swiss border
line by the peasants in the small homes, in the same way as shawls are
made. These who have traveled will remember the exquisite handiwork
they have found in the cottages of the peasants.
A peculiarly desirable article in
Being simply the patterns, embroidered by hand in elegant styles, and
ready for making up. "We certainly have new
THE PERFECTION OF UNDERWEAR.
Moderate prices are as noticeable as the refined character of the goods.
"We have a full stock of
Either Embroidered or Plain Night Dresses, and all the little things
wanted in a Baby's "Wardrobe.
Underwear made te order by our own werkladies, when desired.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silvcr-Plated Ware,
Us, Jewelry ai Mel Tinted Spectacles.
e offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te aid them in making the best use of their money in any department of our business. We
manufacture a large part of the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating its quality.
tB.Fir&t-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
" C AINTDEE "
BACK STRAP ARCTIC.
Great Improvement Over Common Arctics.
Easier te Buckle ; exclude wet and snow mere perfectly; neater in appearance ; bet
tcr fitting ; extra beavy sole, giving double service. Try one en and you will never
wear any etlier. Sold by
C. A. REECE, 26 EAST KING ST.
SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS ! SLEIGHS !
We have new in stock a large let of Sleighs, consisting et PONY, PORTLAND AND
ALBANYS. TWO FINK
I5vSTRKIT.& LOCKWOOD.ef I'eughkeepsic, N. Y. One Fine Four-Passenger PORTLAND
SLE1UI1. TKIJtMED AND UNTKIMMKDj
PORTLAND CUTTERS. ALBANY CUTTERS,
Finished in tlie highest -style and sold at one-half the usual price. Alse, a fine let et Buggies
and Carriages of our own make and celebrated city makers. One Fine Second-hand
lly IJrewster, one by Gregg & Bowe, and a variety of ethers, second-hand. All te be sold at
half their value.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
450 & 432 North (Jnecn and 431 & 433 Market Streets, Lancaster, Pa.
BROWNING'S C. & C. CORDIAL,
Fer COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, IIOARSENESS, TICKLING or DRYNESS
of the THROAT, SORE THROAT, COLD in the HEAD, CROUP, INFLU
ENZA, WHOOPING COUGH, COLD in the BOWELS, ASTHMATIC
COUGHS, and RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVES.
I)i:. BROWNING is a regular graduate of medicine, a skillful pharmacist, and a thorough
cliciuLst. His "C. & C." (Cough and Celli) Cordial Ls net the result of mere chance, but of lenjr
scientific research in chemistry aml medicine, as ls plainly seen by the rapidity of lt action
and its unparalleled efficacy. The expense in its manufacture is at least five times as great an
tliat of any ether medicine upon the market, and yet it Is sold at the exceedingly low price et
50c. S3- Sample bottles (for a short time only) 25c.
W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., Proprietor,
117 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
49- FOE SALE BY THE PROPEIETOR AND ALL DRUGGISTS.