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[Northwestern Christian Advocate]

It matters everything that man should think soundly. He may not think as other people think, he may not think as his teachers think, but he must think right thoughts or his life goes all awry. Some tell us that creeds are nothing that the only necessary virtue is sincerity. But one may be sincerely wrong, and wrong thinking on cardinal things is fatal, while wrong thinking on anything is injurious. Wisely is it said that as a man thinketh so is he; it is his thinking that determines specific acts and courses of coduct. A man's thoughts often show in his face; they always show in his conduct.

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