and not be weary.
I shall walk and not faint.
At church the first hymn contained this line:--
Her fathers' God before her moved which quite impressed me, for my father's piety and the excellence of other departed relatives have always of late years been a support and pledge to me of my own good behavior.
The thief's heart, the wanton's brow, may accompany high talent and geniality of temperament; but thanks be to God they need not.
. .. Wished I could make a fine poetic picture of Paul preaching at Mars Hill.
On the one side, the glittering statues and brilliant mythology — on the other, the simplicity of the Christian life and doctrine.
But to-day no pictures came.
Got Anagnos to help me read two odes of Anacreon.
This was a great pleasure.
Much business — no Greek lesson.
I was feeble in mind and body, and brooded over the loss of the lesson in a silly manner.
Habit is to me not second, but first nature, and I easily become mechanical and fixed in my routine. .