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[Rev. W. Blackshaw in The Christian Commonwealth]

Civilization does not consist of material things, however beautiful. It consists of minds and memories. It consists of aspirations and hopes. It consists of faith and love. These cannot fail. New and great memories are enriching our experience. We have a story to tell to our children and to the nations of the world. New ideas are being born, new resolves taking shape in the mind and the will of men. There is a promise of a morning following this evening through which we are passing. May we not speak of it as a new creative day of redemption. In a new and deeper sense Christ will be our light, when the relations between states will be determined,—under his guidance and with his inspiration,—and when the cross will be the symbol not merely of the church, but of the office and the shop and the manufactory. Life must be interpreted by its highest facts. These are the key to the whole. [Western Christian Advocate]

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