The Example for All

Lancaster (N. H.) Gazette

The life of Jesus Christ furnishes the example which includes every good toward which mankind is striving. What is that for which men are directly or indirectly aiming? It is to be free from evil, to put aside limitations,—sin, sickness, and death. All that men count undesirable and fear is included in these three words.

What all men desire, Jesus attained. The example of Jesus teaches how to conquer sickness, sin, and death. His work was wholly practical. He taught no forms, mysteries, ceremonies, or speculative doctrines. His plan of salvation was not to teach men a theory of life, but to free them from sin, sickness, and death. And his own life-work was an illustration showing how this freedom is to be attained.

Indians will be a Feature
October 25, 1900

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