The Emperor Napoleon's last words in St. Helena were, 'Tete d'Armee,'—Head of the army. By his death France had lost a great and successful leader who failed when he lost his last battle, Waterloo. The Captain of our salvation is always Conqueror and is 'alive for evermore'. The Greek word translated once 'Captain' occurs four times in the New Testament, viz. Acts 3. 15; 5. 31; Heb. 2. 10; 12. 2.