Signs of the Times

Living in Harmony

M. Jane Scott in a column in the Globe and Mail Toronto, Ontario, Canada

One of the acid tests of Christian character is a man's ability to live peaceably with his fellow man. When a Christian is crotchety and irascible, faultfinding and ungracious, impatient and temperamental, his fellow men immediately raise their brows and whisper to their nearest neighbor, "Some Christian, eh?" The only way an unsympathetic world has of measuring a man's faith is by watching the fruits, the works and the attitudes of his life. Truly, Paul wrote, "Ye are our epistle written in our hearts, known and read of all men."

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