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18910101

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TE HOA MAORI,

WITH

" I haere mai hoki te Tama a te tangata ki te rapu ki te whakaora i te mea i ngaro. " Ruka 19, 10-

" For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost. " Luke 19. 10.

NAMA 19. AKARANA, HANUARE, 1891. Registered as

No. 19. i AUCKLAND, JANUARY, 1891. a Magazine.

"Ko koe ia, e te Ariki, he Atua atawhai, he Atua

tohu tangata; e puhoi ana ki te riri, e hua ana te

mahi tohu me te pono. —Nga Waiata 86, 15.

"Thou, O Lord, art a God full of compassion, and

gracious; long-suffering, and plenteous in mercy and

truth. "-Psalms 86, 15.

E ONO NGA TIKANGA NUI.

E TE kai-korero! Tera e ono nga tik-

anga nui whakaharahara e hiahia ana

ahau ki te whakaatu ki a koe; a kia ata

whakarongo mai koe ki ahau.

Te Tuatahi. Kei raro i te whakahe nga

tangata katoa.

A horapa atu ana te mate ki nga tangata

katoa, no te mea kua hara katoa—Roma 5,

12. Ehara tenei i te tikanga pai ki to te

tangata whakaaro. Kahore. E pai ana

tatou ki te korero i runga i nga mea o te

haere a te tangata mahi o tenei wa me te

ata whakaaro ki ana mahi nui a mure atu.

Hei reira e wareware ana tatou ki tenei, ara

he whanaunga tatou o te hunga mate: e noho

ana hoki tatou ki roto i te hunga e tatari

ana mo te whakangaromanga. Kua oti ra

te wakatau. Kua mate tatou! Titiro ki

nga whare nunui o nga tangata ki konei

ranei ki ko ranei, anana! he whare ra era

o te hunga mate ! Titiro ki nga whare o

tenei o tera atu ranei kainga me nga ma-

hinga pai o reira, anana! na te hunga mate

SIX GREAT FACTS.

THERE are six facts, of the greatest im-

portance, which I desire to bring be-

fore the reader, and for which I would ask

the most careful consideration.

1st. The human family is under condemna-

tion.

Death has passed upon all men, for all

have sinned—Rom. v. 12. Judgment has

come upon all men to condemnation—Rom.

v. 18. This is not by any means a pleasant

truth. We like to talk about progress, and

to indulge in dreams of future prosperity,

and are too prone to forget that we are, by

birth, members of a ruined family, and in-

habitants of a world that is hurrying on to

judgment. The sentence of condemnation

has been passed upon us. We are a lost

race! Think of the lofty mansions which

grace our cities, and adorn our land; they

are the dwellings of a condemned people!

Think of the picturesque villages and lovely

rural homes on which the eye gazes with

such pleasure; they are the abodes of a