Oh, grant that in Thy holy Word, We here may live and die, dear Lord; And when our journey endeth here, Receive us into glory there.Caroline M. Noel wrote the words to this hymn in 1870 as part of a collection entitled, The Name of Jesus, and Other Verses for the Sick and Lonely. It was published in Hymns Ancient and Modern in 1875, and has been a comfort to saints for more than 140 years.Help us, O God of our salvation, for the glory of thy name: and deliver us, and purge away our sins, for thy name's sake. –Psalm 79:9Christian Scriver was a Minister in Magdeburg. In 1671 he published *Invisible Things Understood by Things That Are Made*, also known as *Gotthold's Emblems*. The short book has been beloved for centuries.The legalistic attitude, through which Church discipline is put theoretically on the same level as the preaching of the Gospel is one that cannot but result in the end in the subverting of the Gospel and the prevalence of Pharisaism.