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[The Christian Work]

The principal value of the Christian revelation is this,—that it really does put us in touch with what is beyond and above all sense-experience, all change and decay, all darkness and evil. It can and does unite us to the eternal now; in a manner of speaking it puts us in possession of that which will survive when this world and everything in it have vanished like clouds and shadows before the light of the morning. By its ability to do this the gospel of Jesus stands or falls. If people only understood better what it is and what it promises, they could not possibly view it with indifference. Christianity is not primarily a set of rules for good behavior; it is not a code of conduct; it is not merely good advice as to how to live.

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