God Unchanging

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" The skies have been wondrously grand of late; such a. magnificent array of stars thrown out on that dark back-ground. This evening, however, I was walking by the sea, it was cold, windy, and cloudy; not a star to be seen. It suddenly struck me: there they are though, all those shining myriads, and that lovely milky way, as bright as ever; though unseen, no change in them, however clouds may fill these lower heavens. The thought was cheering, So is God: no change in Him, or in His love, however dark and cloudy our poor hearts may be. Oft am I thrown on such thoughts as these: without them what and where, in this dark and lonely world, should we be The only relief is to look right into the very heart of God, and there to find out love.
" I have been out again-the clouds are partly gone—and there (as I said) are still those beautiful constant stars-as bright and lovely as ever."- Wetton.