NOVEMBER TWELFTH. . . We will show forth Thy praise. — Ps. 79 : 13. . . AS WE present ourselves before the throne of Thy power, Lord, we come to praise Thy name and to bring with us a large petition. We ask, nay, even with boldness we claim the inheritance left us by our Elder Brother, His peace — the peace which the world cannot give, and which the world cannot take away. We dare not ask for wealth, with all its allurement to worldliness; we dare not ask for length of days, with prospect of aged weakness and dependence; we dare not ask for preferment among our brethren, realizing that if we honor ourselves, our honor is nothing; we dare not ask for freedom from sorrow, remembering that they who are not of this world shall in the world have tribulation; but we do ask, our Father, that in perfect peace we may rest in Thee, knowing that He that spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, shall with Him also freely give us all things. Grant, Lord, that the peace of God which passeth all understanding, may keep our hearts and minds through abundance of grace in Christ our Redeemer. This our prayer we make in the name of Him Who loveth us and gave Himself for us, even Jesus Christ our Righteousness. Amen.