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[W. B. Selbie, M.A., D.D., in The Constructive Quarterly]

The more deep and sincere is our religious experience, and the keener our passion for the service of God and man, the more ready are we to work alongside of all those who have the same ends in view, and the more impatient do we become of all formal and traditional hindrances to such action. Given the fire of a genuine religious zeal, and there are no barriers of sect that can withstand it. Once the churches have learned to put first things first and to care for the spiritual needs of men and women and the preaching of the gospel more than for their own maintenance and status, they will be drawn together in spite of themselves.

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