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In every community are men and women who are not avowed disciples of Jesus Christ, neither are they entirely indifferent to Christ's claims upon them. They may be found among those who meet for worship from Sunday to Sunday, and they contribute to the support of the varied undertakings of the organizations with which they are affiliated. In not a few instances they have lost confidence in the genuineness of Christian profession. It appears to them that those who are known as Christians come far short of exhibiting the devotion which is essential to Christian character. They look across the centuries to Jesus, listen to his teaching, note his demands upon his disciples, and then mark the grasping, selfish lives of many of his avowed followers. We cannot wonder that they are perplexed. If they sometimes question whether or not discipleship to Jesus really makes any radical change in character, their doubt is not without explanation.

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