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If all followers of Jesus Christ from the time of the apostles until now had understood his message in perfect simplicity and had followed his will with perfect devotion, there would still today be just one undivided Christian church in the world, as there was on the day of Pentecost. Denominational differences and distinctions are badges of human frailty, always signifying somebody's fault somewhere, of either insufficient understanding or insufficient consecration; and therefore as the church goes on to perfection in knowledge and grace, these badges of frailty must gradually disappear. If they are not disappearing, the church is not progressing. A church not wanting them to disappear is far from its Lord.

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