A Sunday School Teacher In Distress.

"My brother," says Dr. Hall, "told me that when superintendent of a

Sunday school he felt a strong impulse, one Saturday evening, to call at

the home of one of his teachers whom he had never visited before. He

found his mother and sisters in such evident distress that he inquired

the cause. With much reluctance they explained that, being unable to pay

their taxes, their goods were to be taken on the coming Monday, and they

had been asking special help from God to save them from a disaster which

they felt would be a dishonor to religion. By the aid of a few friends

the difficulty was at once met, but the timely succor was regarded as

the divine answer to their prayer."