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1. He is Spiritual—2. Eternal—3. Almighty
1. To Obey God—2. To Love God
3. Proof of Love-4. To Fear God
5. Encouragements to Fear God—6. To
Trust in Him—7. Encouragements to Trust
in Him-8. God Requires us to Pray to
Him, (1.) Sincerely; (2.) Earnestly; (3.)
Frequently and Perseveringly; (4.) In Faith
and in the Name of Christ_9. To Praise
Him-10. To Read and Hear His Word
Frequently and Reverently-11. To Glorify
RULES OF ELOCUTION.
THERE are two slides of the voice, or, as they are usually termed, inflections: The upward slide, or rising inflection, denoted by the acute accent, thus'.
The downward slide, or falling inflection, denoted by the grave accent, thus ';
Did he say faith', or faith'.
Did he say hope, or hope'.
Did he say charity', or charity'.
Before the pupil can apply the inflections in reading, it is absolutely necessary tliat he have the complete mastery of the above examples. When he can in