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Dr. McKenzie preached yesterday at Vespers from the text "Life that is life indeed." This phrase is the new version, he said; it takes the place of the expression, "life eternal." Life is not measured by length of years, or by possessions, but by the spirit of God which is in a man. Real life is life eternal and by this we are not to understand only life lasting forever, but the life of the eternal God. He who truly lives, lives in God and God in him. The "life indeed" is something that cannot be lost. Death is but an end of the visible life, what we might call the picture of life, but the life indeed is in Christ and is eternal. This eternal life is what is sought, or at least it is the chief object of study, in all colleges. Mere knowledge amounts to nothing beside the possession of true life. So what we are looking for in college is the truth of God, that having found it we may know Him and live in Him the eternal life. How dignified it makes life seem to think that our life is really in God, that He is living in us. It should make life seem to us a very holy thing and make every one try to live worthily that he may live in God as God is in him.

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