THERE is such a wide-spread feeling of terror regarding thunder-storms, that an experience in the overcoming of such fear in one who had always a great dread of them, may be helpful to others struggling with the same problem. During a veritable tempest, with incessant vivid flashes of lightning and consequent heavy peals of thunder, it was an inestimable privilege to be able to "stand fast.
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