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“How about the last Line?"
How to make a New Year
Disguised Foe, A ...
“In or Out”
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Giving up the Key .. 85 New Year's Watchwords. 16
be Light” . . . . 335 Not a Word . . . . . 250
Faint, yet Pursuing . . . 96 Prayer for the Holy Spirit. 236
The Frozen Robin. D
A NEW YEAR'S CAROL. V EE a robin lying on the cold white snow; Tan Snow-flakes still are flying, chill the north winds blow
Blow around the robin, stiff and cold he lies;
Will he no more warble ? Is he really dead ?
Rover, gravely watching, by his master stands.
"I have found a robin lying nearly dead,
“Come, you little robin, pretty crimson-breast,
Soon the warmth revives him, and, to Jane's delight,
Robin soon grew tamer, and, until the spring,
Can we learn a lesson from the good old man
Raise him up, and help him in the heavenward way;
Try to ease the suffering in their pain or grief;
Every day that passeth in the coming year,