Ilenry Ward Beeoher says of men men : "I have greut hope of a wicket intuí ; nlender hope of a mean ono. A wiiked inan tuay bo convertod und bo come a prominent saint. A mean ma ouLt to be converted fix or nevei times, ooe light after aoother, to giv him i few Start aml put hiin on equality with u bold wioked man. I haveknow men wlio thouht tha object of convor ion was to oleanse them as a garuicnt i cleanxed, and thut vvhen tBey are con verted they sre to be hung up in the Lord's wardrobo, the door of whicb wa to be í-'hut, so that no dust could get a them. A coat that is not used, the moths eat ; and a christian who is hung up so that he shall not be tempted, the moths eat-liiui, and they have poor food at that."