There is nothing new in these lectures, but only old truths retold. But the truths are of such vivid and perennial interest that, though old, they are never stale, and, though well known, there is always something to say which seems to throw on them new light and new charm. For they touch the deepest re cesses of our being, and bring the breath of heaven into the lower life of earth. Constantly immersed as are most in the affairs of daily life, they are apt to lost sight of the things which belong to their peace, and so any call to lift up their eyes unto the hills is welcomed by the earnest and the aspiring. The eternal verities are always rest ful, as is the view of snowy peaks to those toil ing along the dusty roads of valleys far below.