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Vesper Service.

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At the vesper service yesterday afternoon, Rev. Phillips Brooks preached, taking as his text the fourteenth to the twenty-second verses of the third chapter of Revelations, in which the angel of Laodicea is rebuked for being neither hot nor cold. He showed how this passage is a warning to all that are at ease, and say "I need nothing." We must always seek something greater and fuller, always stive for nobler things, and finally, when we have come to deserve God, He will come to us. We should find some task which human powers have failed to do, and which can only be done by divine power, and then by setting to work upon it we shall receive help from God.

The choir sang Shelby's anthem, "I will Magnify Thee," and Sullivan's "Say, Watchman, What of the Night?" the solo of the latter being sung by Mr. C. V. Fessenden, of Boston, who sang also, Coenen's "Come Unto Me."

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