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of Clark's “ Foreign Theological Library;” and to the vigorous article on Elijah in Smith's “Dictionary of the Bible;" then to the judicious and sensible notes of the “Paragraph Bible,” published by the Religious Tract Society; and to Stanley's “Sinai and Palestine.” I also read, with much interest and pleasure, the sketch of Elijah in Evans's “Scripture Biography,” and dipped into Krummacher's “Elijah.” This last, I confess, failed to attract me; and, so far as I am conscious, it has had no influence upon the composition of these Discourses.

J. E. K.

ST. JAMES'S RECTORY,

May, 1862.

LECTURE IV.

HOREB.

I. Kings, xix., 9.

What doest thou here, Elijah ?

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LECTURE V.

THE FIRE FROM HEAVEN.

St. Luke, ix., 54-6.

And when his disciples James and John saw this,

they said, Lord, wilt Thou that we command fire

to come down from heaven and consume them,

even as Elias did? But he turned, and rebuked

them, and said, Ye know not what manner of

spirit ye are of. For the Son of Man is not

come to destroy men's lives, but to save them.... 107

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