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VI. THE DRAMA OF LIFE IN THREE ACTS

“A certain man had two sons.”—Luke xv. 11.

My subject to-night is the Drama of Life in Three Acts. The Lord Jesus Christ is the author of the Drama, and it surpasses anything that was ever put on the stage in conciseness, in point, in height and depth, and fullness and beauty of meaning, in pathos and in power. The Dramatis Personæ of the drama are four—God, two men and the Devil. There are three acts in the drama: the First Act, Wandering; the second Act, Desolation; and the Third Act, The Wanderer’s Return. There is a Fourth Act, but with that we have nothing to do to-night.

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