If we were truly humble, and looked upon ourselves as most miserable sinners, we should willingly submit to all adversities, and patiently bear the burden and infirmities of others, considering that God has borne with us a great deal more.The origin and the content of this hymn emphasize its meaning and value.A brief devotion from the 1877 version of Carl Bogatzky's 'Golden Treasury for the Children of God'Richard Wyche was vicar of Deptford, England and follower of John Wyclif. Following is a letter he sent to John Hus, and its reply. All content is taken from the wonderful and faith-strengthening book *The Letters of John Hus*. The introductory comments before each letter are the words of Herbert Workman.The old battles in the church are here again. Perhaps the most important one is not about spiritual gifts for today, but rather what constitutes salvation. Is it all Jesus Christ? Or is it Jesus Christ *plus* our obedience?