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we believe that outside all sacred places, outside the churches of our own faith and order, and of any other churches, there are men, and women too, equally called of god with those within such limits, and the evidence that they are so called lies in the fact that in them also the spirit of god is resting, and through them the spirit of god is working. this lesson, which still needs to be enforced in our own day, is perhaps best deduced from an incident so early and so simple as this. just as we may learn more of the way in which an engine really works from a simple modelsay of george stephensonsthan from one of the complicated machines of the present day, so we may gain the more instruction from this incident, because of its very simple character, while its antiquity keeps it out of the confusion caused by modern controversies. eldad and medad were men called of god to undertake holy service for the good of his people.in their case the call was manifestly inward rather than outward.though truly chosen, they were not in the tabernacle, nor were they wrapped in the cloud, and they received no ordination from the laying on of hands by moses and aaron.the evidence of their call lay in their fitness for the work, and their fitness was due to the gift of the spirit.yet all this occurred under a dispensation which was far more strict in ceremonial law than that under which we live. what does it teach?it surely confirms our belief that the word of god is not bound.the exposition and enforcement of divine truth is not to be confined to those who have received priestly ordination by some outward rite.no man therefore has the right to forbid any preacher from exercising his functions on the ground that his orders are not regular, or because he has not been recognised by an episcopate, a presbytery, a conference, or a union. to put the same truth in hortatory form, i would say to any one who has knowledge of divine truth, who has experienced the graces of the holy spirit, and who has the gift of utterance: you are called upon, by the fact of possessing these qualifications, to serve god as opportunity comes.you ought not to be silent on the claims of christ, nor should you refrain from leading others in prayer, while on every other topic you are fluency itself._neglect not the gift that is in thee_, whether it came by laying on of hands, or in some other way.every true convert should sometimes feel as the prophet jeremiah felt, when he said, _the word of the lord was within me as a burning fire shut up in my bones.i was weary with forbearing and could not stay_.the work assigned too often exclusively to the minister is really the work of the church. happily, speech is not the only mode in which men can serve god.it is clear from the hebrew narrative that eldad and medad, like their brethren at the door of the tabernacle, did not receive an abiding gift of prophecy, but a transient sign which seemed adequate to convince the people that they had been chosen and inspired.unfortunately, the authorised version gives us a phrase which is the exact opposite of the meaning of the hebrew phrase in the twentyfifth verse, rendering it thus, _they prophesied, and did not cease_.the revised version sets this right in the phrase, _they prophesied, but they did so no more_. in other words, the singular manifestation of power soon passed away. it was not a permanent possession. this is in harmony with the experience of the early christian church. the miraculous power given to the apostles, as evidence of their divine commission, was not always at their disposal.the gift of tongues bestowed on them, and on others, soon ceased; for it was intended to show the supernatural origin of christianity until written evidence was available, and then it was withdrawn.the holy spirit still remained in the church, and was revealed in a diversity of operations.his presence was proved by the changed characters of converts more effectually than by abnormal giftsand similarly the religious ecstasy of eldad and medad and their comrades was soon exchanged for their abiding spirit of wisdom and justice. christians who at one time spoke for christ are not always to blame if they speak publicly no more.they may have withdrawn from sunday school teaching, for example, but only to serve god in another form. their matured experience may be quite as valuable as their once fervent zeal.the river which near its source noisily rushes over the pebbles, is not lessened in value when, full and deep, it silently glides onward to the sea. happily, there are diversities of operations, though they are all under the inspiration of the holy spirit; and if we are faithful to our special calling, we may hope to receive our lords _well done_, just as did these seventytwo men, who sustained and aided moses, though they left no record of their steady, useful work.indeed, there are those who in actual service can do very little, whose gracious and benign influence is the best proof of true inspiration.such was he of whom cowper sings: when one that holds communion with the skies has filled his urn where those pure waters rise, and once more mingles with us meaner things, tis even as if an angel shook his wings; immortal fragrance fills the circuit wide, that tells us whence his treasures are supplied. god calls us to himself before he calls us to his service.the same divine spirit who qualifies for religious work, creates men anew.of every one so created, it may be said he was _born of the spirit_. in this, also, neither place nor circumstance is essential.eldad and medad were both away from the tabernacle, somewhere in the unconsecrated camp; yet they received the same blessing which their brethren were enjoying at the door of the tabernacle.and we rejoice that some who are now outside a place of worshipoutside this or that denominationoutside christendom, do receive the spirit who transforms them into the likeness of christ. in confirmation of this, we recall the fact that our lord spoke more often in houses, and fields, and boats, and streets, than in the temple.and the apostles who were called to follow him were engaged at the time of their calling in their ordinary occupations, at the tolloffice or in the fishingboat.saul was converted on the road to damascus, the jailor of philippi in prison, lydia by the river side. all this reminds us that though our power may be limited by time and place, gods power is not; though our work is contracted, his is broad. the holy spirit is no more confined to a place than the wind is, which bloweth as it listeth over land and sea, over desert and garden. it is a comfort to remember this when we grieve over some prodigal, who has gone beyond the reach of religious observances; who never attends worship, or reads the bible.we may hope about him, believe in him, and pray for him still, because the spirit of god can reach him as he reached eldad and medad, _who went not up to the tabernacle_.the old promise is not exhausted yet: _i will pour out of my spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams_. it is this divine afflatus, this outpouring of the spirit, which is the great need of the age we live in

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