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[Universalist Leader.]

In the days that are coming and in the changes that are pending religion has a mighty role if its advocates are great enough to play their part like men: To direct the energies of social radicalism toward the eternal interests of men. To illumine the battle-field where ancient wrong is worsted with the light of eternal truth. To teach the victor that his prostrate foe is still a man with claims on him. To make men understand that in all their dreams of progress they are but the children of One who loveth righteousness. To convince the populace that in the end their business is to do His will. To fix in the consciousness of this mighty host of emigrants traveling toward the new world that when there it will require magnificent self-control to build the City of God.

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