"THOU SHALT NOT KILL."

The command, "Thou shalt not kill," is all-inclusive, unequivocal, and uncompromising. It accept no excuse for companionship with or the indulgence of any thing or thought that leads to death. The promise is to those only who overcome sin, and who thus escape the disease and death to which it leads, through that heroic contention for righteousness which eliminates from consciousness all that ought to die or that can die.

Whether its end is achieved in a longer or shorter period, in a crisis of abnormity and despair, or in the unnumbered, seemingly normal moments of our consent to the belief that satisfaction attends the indulgence of material sense,—given its way, error always registers its unvarying effect in its own destruction, since it knows and can know no life, no truth.

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May 8, 1909
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