Strength of Men and Stability of Nations
Paul Ansel Chadbourne
Excerpt from Strength of Men and Stability of Nations: Baccalaureate Discourses, 1873-7
Second Cor. IV. ch. 16 v.; - But though our outward Man Perish, Yet The Inward Man Is Renewed Day By Day.
There are certain laws by which the changes and developments of all living beings are controlled; beyond which they cannot pass; in conflict with which, there is to them certain defeat and premature death.
It may be said, indeed, that every particle of matter in the universe, is under the dominion of law, so that every change upon the earth or in the heavens - between atoms and planets - is a change according to a fixed order; and that all the forces of the universe are pledged that that change and no other, shall then and there occur.
Does a bird wing its way through the air?
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