There may be some who believe that if Paul were living in this year of our Lord, 1918, he would not write with such confidence about our "always having all sufficiency in all things. " From a human sense of things there appears to be not only a decided insufficiency of the ordinary comforts and conveniences of life, owing to the strange situation in which the world finds itself, but many of the things which have heretofore been regarded as actual necessities seem to be approaching perilously near the vanishing point.
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