"Knowledge is power"

Speaking of religionists in general the Universalist Leader writes as follows:—

We must know something with all our mind and heart, and we must believe it is worth while, and that it will do good, then go out and tell the people of it as if we believed it,—even more, as if we knew it. We must know it, we must speak with authority, else we are not preachers. We may fill our souls with the fancy that we are to be forever seekers after truth, but we shall never be evangelists until we find some truth, recognize it, and make it our own, and then tell it to others with confidence, because we know it is true.

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Reproving Sham Poverty
November 11, 1916

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