Faith and Work. Two colored brethren wor walking along the road discussing faith anj worka Mr. Johnslng waa atroug on fnlth and Mr. Thomson pinned bit fnl.n to worka. "I Jes" believe," tayt Johnslng, "on lying down on tht promises and Jea trusting In de I-ord, until II don brung It to paaa." "t believe in de promisee. Juxt same at you do. but lawa, I additionally b'llevt dst a man ahould Jes' do all b can Ut bring duni promises around hlasef. Suppose my boy Jim any. 'I want a drink." I aay, 'What for you bothortn.' tna about UT Qo to de spring and get' Say, wnat'a dnt dust In the road? Hat am Mlatnh Carter' bull!" Mr. Johnelng went over one fenr and Mr. Thomson over th other fence, leaving the animal a clear road. After walking walk-ing aoine distune In the fields they came together, and Mr. Thomson cried out In derision: "Kh, oh my! Did I see II rot her Johnslng lying down on dom promise? a restln' on dern promises, when de bull came down d road? Eh, eh. oh no!" "Hoi' on dar, hoi' on dnr, doun you go clrcumveutln' me and a-Jeerlu' me. I Je want to tell you mighty plain dat when de Lord mad dem promisee, dar warn't no alch animals aroun'. No, aahl Dat animal waa a contingency, sah."