"FEED MY SHEEP"

The coincidence and correlation of profession and practise was insisted upon by the Master from the very beginning of his ministry, and he himself set an example in this respect which, had it been consistently followed in the succeeding centuries, could but have long since revolutionized the world and redeemed it both physically and morally.

There is food for thought in this contention, because of the admission so freely made today in religious councils and in the publications of the various denominations, that the gospel has seemingly lost its old-time grip upon the people. No one questions but that the gospel has been faithfully and effectively preached, so far as the clergy themselves have grasped its meaning from their own point of view. No one would think of denying, for instance, that the truth as it has been expounded in the churches for centuries has been the means whereby multitudes of men and women have risen to a high plane of spiritual living, the while they strove to endure unspeakable bodily discomforts, after having tried every available material means for relief, in the mistaken belief that this affliction had been placed upon them by God, despite the inconsistency in the thought that a God who is Love could so misuse divine power.

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