Dost see the error in thy brother's thought, Which thou wouldst fain cast out? Wouldst firmly stand For truth and righteousness? Yet pause, to know If in thy zeal thou hast forgotten aught. We read that David, spiritually armed, All zealous for the glory of his God, Went forth to meet Goliath, who was clad In weighty armor, boasting in his strength, Disdaining, with a curse, the shepherd youth Who, in reliance on the Lord of hosts, Defied with fearlessness the vaunting foe, And proved but nothingness his seeming power.
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