The words of the Apostle Paul may be applied but too truly to us, "All seek their own." May God grant that the consideration of Work in its Right Place may be used to awaken within us a fervent desire to emulate Hezekiah in his honorable course of devotedness to the service of God. The same way in which Hezekiah acted lies open to the very humblest amongst us; all we need is an affectionate and holy determination to give ourselves unreservedly to the service of Him who has plucked us as brands from everlasting burnings, and given us a place amongst the happy number of the redeemed. We have little idea of what each of us would achieve were we only to act with a little of Hezekiah's spirit. True, we should beware of merely doing for doing's sake, but we should also beware of lukewarmness, which often works most effectually when we are apparently, standing forth in defense of high principles of grace. Wherever grace is really known, Christian action will not be wanting.