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and, after all, why should conduct such as mine meet with so great a reward?no! let me go a little way over jordan with the king, and then _let thy servant, i pray thee, turn back again, that i may die in mine own city, and be buried by the grave of my father and of my mother_._but_, he hastened to add, as if anxious to show that he appreciated to the full the kings generous offer, and saw the advantages it presented to those who were able to enjoy them, _behold thy servant chimham_, my son, _let him go over with my lord the king; and do to him what shall seem good unto thee_ (verse 37).with a plea so expressed, david could not but acquiesce: _the king kissed barzillai, and blessed him; and he returned unto his own place . . . and chimham went on with him_ (verses 39, 40), to become famous as the founder of a caravanserai, or haltingplace for pilgrims on the road between jerusalem and bethlehem, which for at least four centuries continued to bear his name (jer. xli. 17) and which may even, it has been conjectured, have been the same which, at the time of the christian era furnished shelter for two travellers with their infant child, when there was no room in the inn.[2] round barzillais own name no such associations have gathered.after his parting with david we do not hear of him again, if we except a passing reference in davids dying instructions to solomon, to _shew kindness unto the sons of barzillai the gileadite_ (1 kings ii. 7), and the mention, as late as the return from babylon, of a family of priests who traced their descent to a marriage with the gileadites daughter, and prided themselves on the distinctive title of _the children of barzillai_ (ezra ii. 61).but in the absence of anything to the contrary, we may be allowed to conjecture that, full of years and experience, surrounded by all the love which his useful, helpful life had called forth, barzillai died in peace among his own people, and was buried, as he had himself desired, by his parents grave. such, then, is the story of barzillais life, so far as the bible reveals it to us.it is, as i have already said, as an old man that he is principally brought before us, and in thinking of his character further, it may be well to do so from this point of view, and see what he has to teach us regarding a true old age.four points at least stand out clearly from the bible narrative. i. _barzillai was evidently by nature a warmhearted, sunshiny old man, himself happy and making others happy_. david himself was such a man before the great sin which brought a trouble and a sorrow into his life that he was never again able wholly to surmount.and it may have been the sight of his own lost gaiety and lightness of spirit in the aged gileadite that first drew out his heart to him. it may be said, perhaps, that it was easy for barzillai to be cheerful. the sun had shone on him very brightly: the good things of life had fallen very freely to his share.he was, according to the bible record, _a very great man_ (2 sam. xix. 32), evidently a most successful farmer, rich in flocks and herds, looked up and respected in the district in which he lived.but after all, is it the universal, or even the general, experience that wealth and power are associated with simple cheerfulness and happiness?could anything, for example, have exceeded the bitterness and the boorishness of the other rich flockmaster whom davids youths, with eastern frankness, had asked, _give, we pray thee, whatsoever cometh to thine hand unto thy servants, and to thy son david__who is david? and who is the son of jesse_? burst out nabal in a fury._shall i then take my bread, and my water . . . and give it unto men whom i know not whence they be_? (1 sam. xxv. 8, 10, 11).and even if that be an extreme instance, it will not be denied that outward blessings in themselves, and considered only by themselves, are apt to have a hardening rather than a softening effect.it says much, therefore, for barzillai, that amidst his great possessions, he still kept the free, open, happy disposition of youth. ii. _that he did so, is due amongst other reasons to the fact that he was a generous man_. his unsolicited assistance of david clearly proves this, while the very length of the catalogue of articles with which he and his friends supplied the fugitives needs, proves that when he gave, he did so in no stinted fashion, but freely and liberally. it is an excellent example for all who are feeling themselves burdened by the possessions and the opportunities with which god has enriched them.let them remember that they hold them only in trust, and in helping to bear others burdens, they will actually, strange to say, lighten their own. tis worth a wise mans best of life, tis worth a thousand years of strife, if thou canst lessen but by one, the countless ills beneath the sun. while, on the other hand, can there be a sadder thought for the man whose earthly course is nearly run, than the thought that there will be none to rise up after him and call him blessed, but that he will die, as he has lived, unhonoured, unwept? if that, then, is not to be our fate, we cannot use too diligently every opportunity of welldoing which god has placed within our reach; we cannot live too earnestly, not for ourselves only, but for others: that from the seeds which we sow now, there may spring up hereafter a rich and abundant harvest. iii. _barzillai was contented_. not many men in his position would have refused the kings offer.it seems rather to be one of the penalties of wealth and greatness, that their owners cannot rest satisfied with what they have, but are always desiring more.but barzillai felt, and felt rightly, that in his circumstances, the place in which he had been brought up_his own place_was the best place for him.he was a homeloving old man, and the simple interests and pleasures of his daily life had more attraction for him than the excitements and rivalries of the court. i do not, of course, mean to say that either here or elsewhere in scripture, a wise and healthy ambition is discouraged.it is natural to wish to get on, if only for the sake of a wider sphere of usefulness; but let us see to it that we avoid that restless longing for change, simply for the sake of change, that coveting of positions for which we are not suited, and which, if gratified, can end only in disappointment. it is a great thing, said one to an ancient philosopher, to possess what one wishes

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