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Qhe ngage nf Qfifv
Life, my dear graduating friends, is a voyage. P'hYS1C31'1Y, llfen 1-Si af V0Y3f-ge.
Your frail bark was conceived in -the precipitous headwaters of an mlanld stream.
Gradual-ly and mysteriou-sly that tiny bark shaped itself into- a more sturdy and
seaworthy vessel, until, finally, comxplete in its marvelouis mechanisms of self-pro-
pulsion and control, it was launched into the placid bay of blrth. N or boasted. vessel
could vie with it in the -effixciency of 'its' 0peraTfi'0H- FCS -engine' 'bleaft I'ef8'l11l9l'1Y, Steadlly-
Radio-controlled by an' Unseen Pilot, your vessel -t-o-uched at the pe-bbledishores and
shaded pools of infancyg it 'passed along the sunny banks of youth until, one day,
you were taken into the 'co-pilotship' of your vessel. Stupendous thought! Upon
yo-u was placed the power of superimgposiing your guidance of -this ves.sel over that of
its Designer and Unseen Pilot. The beat -of its' engine continuing regular and power-
ful, you could' no.se your ship gallon the sh r he th '
g o e w ere e sirens sing, or you could
strike out boldly into the seas of 'helpfu,lness and- 'blessing to mankin-d.
Many, many, my dear friends, have heed-ed the sirens' call, and have be-en ship-
wrecked. But yo-u, I am glad to think, have sensed the ,gravenesgs of the responsi-
bility, and have desired to receiv-e instruction in a Master Pi'lot's School in order
'better to understand and t-o perate this im'arvelou.s ship of yours. You realize that
your vessel, wond-erful and efficient and beautiful' though it be nev rthl
. I . I I I V , v e eess ha.s
an ephemeral existe-nce-it 1S good for only one crossing!-and that there-fore, you
needed to know the Unseen Pirlotfs will more perfectly.
n I hope, my graduating fri-end, that Messiah Bible College, has been for you a
P1lot'fs School. I hope that you 'have better coordinated -the -meechanisms of your
Lship, that you have better learned the technique of sailing, that you have bieceolme
better -acquainted with th U .1 ' ' ' ' '
e nseen Pilots voice and that - ll - tb I h-
with .high courage and confidence. you W1 now rave t e deep
Beware the reefs and shallows. Do not force your e-ngine, -but get from it the
maximum of efficiency and service through lmoderation. Render aid to the disabled
and.g1ve d1rect1on to the lost. Do not relent y-our viggilence and efforts until your
engine functions' no more and you cast anchor in the Harb-or of Eternal Rest,
of algisigntnloaigrl. graduate of M. B. C., out of th-e sheltered harbor, into the high seas