Almost everyone is familiar with the old saying that in union there is strength, and also with the adversary's words, Separate, and weaken. The Psalmist says, "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!" Yet how frequently do we find that mere numbers do not avail—that the victors have often been not the greatest, but the fewest in number.

Throughout the world's history we find instances of inspired leaders facing foes far outnumbering their following, and yet gaining the victory because they were fighting for the right. One such intrepid soldier was David, the sweet singer of Israel, who, having proved that God is an ever present help, was thereby enabled fearlessly and calmly to face Goliath and to vanquish the foe of his God and his people. Yes, David proved that in union there is strength—not union with many people, but with divine Principle, God.

Glorifying God
April 5, 1930

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