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[Rev. A. Eugene Bartlett in The Universalist Leader]

Tolerably good churchmen are found in every church who have brought the church universal face to face with a crisis. Their intermittent interest and their indifference have driven more ministers into business than small salaries. The youth ready to make his life decision, on the point of choosing a career, is deterred from entering the ministry by the sight of so many tolerably good churchmen.

Into the midst of tolerably good folk comes the Nazarene, teacher of all teachers, lifting his divine standard and showing the way by which little men may be made ready and equal to great tasks. Remember he who was "the way, the truth, and the life" yesterday, is the same today. There is nothing that he did for the men and women of Palestine long ago that he will not do for you, if you have faith in him.

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