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[The Congregationalist and Christian World]

The day is dawning when justice and righteousness, mercy and magnanimity, kindness and good will are to be the forces that will hold mankind together and prevent civilization from collapse. This as yet half-formulated desire of nations now in travail, is not a desire for a revival of official Christianity, for more elaborate religious functions, for more highly developed ecclesiastical systems; it is a world-wide yearning for the Christianity of Christ in its simplicity and power; for the expression in human lives day by day of the patience, the goodness, the courage, the humility, the long-suffering, the unselfishness which Jesus exemplified and taught; it is a yearning that society in all its parts be penetrated with his spirit.

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