A Barrel Of Flour.

For the "Faith Home for Incurables" Mr. H. received, one day, five

dollars. A barrel of flour was terribly needed. He went to a large house

in New York, hoping the Lord would incline the proprietor to sell him a

barrel for that sum. He felt too poor, was not willing; and with a heavy

heart, Mr. H. returned, asking the Lord what next he should do. He

called at the store of a friend, where the following conversation took

place. "Well, did you get the flour?" "I did not; they feel too poor,

and I am terribly disappointed. It is almost dark now; I have lost my

time going over there, and at this hour, the flour merchants here are

closed." "Well, Mr. ---- called here, and I told him you were in, and on

what errand you had gone to New York. He said he would send a barrel to

my store if I would send it up to the Home; and I did so, about an hour