Greene long ago that they should secure quarters together in the Loftimore House overlooking the blue waters of Silverguile Lake? But when the last trunks were packed and, gone, and she looked around in the cool quiet of her own home, the soft eyes were troubled and she said to Winifred: "I wish I were not going, dear. It is a trouble, after all. And you are not going!
Deeper lessons were learned as time advanced lessons of "grace" as well as "truth." Keen discrimination was tempered by love toward that Body which, though distorted and maimed, was still beloved by her Lord, and though besieged by error was still "the pillar and ground of the truth." The air at Silverguile Lake did not altogether agree with Mrs. Gray.