Signs of the Times

The Reverend Arnold J. Walker Superintendent
The Methodist Church of South Africa in A Faith for Daily Living
Durban, Natal, South Africa

In this materialistic age love is generally believed to be a commodity few can afford to practise outside the intimacy of the family circle. To love, it is felt, is to open yourself wide to every scrounger within your community and to be taken advantage of at every opportunity.

To love demands a depth of dedication few have the courage to offer to God. It means the acknowledgement of a life transforming power and the application of that power to daily living. It is the most positive force in all the world, for it influences all with whom it comes into contact.

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September 16, 1967

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