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it is a greater blessing still, was the reply, not to desire what one does not possess.and surely, in what we do possess, in the beauties of nature with which we are here surrounded, in the love of home and wife and children, in the intercourse with friends and acquaintance, we have much to make us contented, much, very much, to be thankful for.to watch the corn grow, or the blossoms set; to draw hard breath over ploughshare or spade; to read, to think, to love, to pray,these, says john ruskin, are the things that make men happy.and these are things that, in some measure at least, are within the reach of us all. iv. _there remains still a fourth and a last element in barzillais honoured, life and happy old agehis attitude towards god_. though we are never distinctly told so, we cannot doubt that he was a religious man.and as it was in gratitude to god for all that he had done to him, that he first showed kindness to gods anointed, so it was in the same humble and trusting spirit that he accepted old age, and all that it involved when it came.that is by no means always the case.are there not some, who, as they look forward to the time of old age, if god should ever permit them to see it, do so with a certain amount of dread?they think only of what they will be called upon to abandonthe duties they must give up, the pleasures, so dear to them now, they must forego.but to barzillai, the presence of such disabilities brought, as we have seen, no disquieting thoughts.he could relinquish, without a sigh, what he was no longer fitted to enjoy.he desired nothing but to end his days peacefully in his appointed lot.enough for him that the god who had been with him all his life long was with him still. happy old man!who does not long for an old age, if he is ever to see old age, such as his?but, if so, it must be sought in the same way. every mans old age is just what his own past has made it.if, in his days of health and vigour, he has lived an idle, careless, selfish life, he must not wonder if his closing years are querulous, and bitter, and lonely.but if, on the other hand, he has devoted himself to good and doing good, if he has made the will of god his rule and guide amidst all the difficulties and perplexities of his daily lot, then in that will he will find peace.god wilt not forget his _work and labour of love_ (heb. vi. 10): and in him the old promise will be once more fulfilled_even to your old age i am he; and even to hoar hairs will i carry you: i have made, and i will bear; even i will carry and will deliver you_ (isa. xlvi. 4). [1]in view, however, of the difficulty of reconciling the two passages, and of the fact that shobi is not mentioned elsewhere, it has been conjectured that for shobi the son of nahash in 2 sam. xvii. 27, we should read simply nahash, see hastings _dict. of the bible_, art. shobi. [2]stanley, _history of the jewish church_, ii., p. 154. adonijah by rev. alfred rowland, d.d., ll.b. it is notorious that the sons of devout men sometimes prove a curse to their parents, and bring dishonour on the cause of god.when eve rejoiced over her firstborn, she little suspected that passions were sleeping within him which would impel him to slay his own brother; and the experience of the first mother has been repeated, though in different forms, in all lands and in all ages.isaacs heart was rent by the deceit of jacob, and by the selfwill of esau.jacob lived to see his own sin repeated in his sons, and he who deceived his father when he was old and blind, suffered for years an agony of grief because he had been falsely told that joseph, his favourite son, was dead. probably few men have known domestic sorrows, so many and so great, as those which befell david.he shared, in all its bitterness, the misery of a parent who sees his best hopes disappointed, and who is racked with anxiety as to what his wayward boy will do next, sometimes wishing that before such dishonour had befallen him his son had been laid to rest under the daisies, in the time of infant innocence.davids eldest son, amnon, after committing a terrible crime, was assassinated by his brother absalom.in his turn, absalom, the fairest of the family, rebelled against his own father, and was killed by joab, as he hung in the oak.chiliah, or daniel, died we know not how, and then adonijah, the fourth son, the eldest of those surviving, followed in absaloms footsteps. adonijahs sin appears at first sight so unnatural that, in justice to him as well as for our own instruction, we should try to discover the sources whence this stream of evil flowed which was so bitter and so desolating in its results. this is not an easy task, because the full details of his life are not recorded.there are, however, no less than three evil influences hinted at in these words: _his father had not displeased him at any time, in saying, why hast thou done so? and he also was a very goodly man, and his mother bare him after absalom_ (1 kings i. 6).taking them in reverse order: _heritage_, _adulation_, and _lack of discipline_, were three sources of moral peril, and these would tend to the ruin of any man

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