The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, June 1910
"Our little systems have their day,
They have their day, and cease to be;
They are but broken lights to thee,
And Thou, O Lord, art more than they."
The various branches of Christian Union work have been taken up this year on the same lines as usual. Bible study, among the women, is being based this year upon Oldham's "Studies on the Teaching of Jesus," and amongst the men on Bosworth's "Studies in Acts and Epistles" and "Life of Christ."
A Mission Study Class meets on Saturday nights, after the general Meeting, and the various religions of China are being studied as to their teachings, progress, etc. The attendance at this class is very poor, and if we are ever going to improve in this matter, we need the hearty co-operation of every member.
Miss England is still continuing her Sunday morning class. This year "Jeremiah" is being studied. Miss England's studies are well worth hearing, and we feel sure that if more members could make the effort to go, they would never regret it. Our hearty thanks are due to Miss England for her untiring zeal and kindness in this matter.