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[Christian World.]

Charles Booth, in his "Life and Labor in London," shows how Free Church religion thrives best in the middle-class districts. When a certain line of poverty has been passed, the churches lose their hold almost completely, in spite of the most heroic efforts of Christian workers. Does that mean that God's Spirit is powerless below that line? Does it not mean rather that His Spirit is by these failures calling to our notice His violated laws, and insisting on our obedience to them as the condition of His working?

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