Excerpt from The Gospel Visitor, 1871, Vol. 21: A Monthly Publication, Devoted to the Exhibition and Defence of Gospel Principles and Gospel Practice, in Their Primitive Purity and Simplicity, in Order to Promote Christian Union, Brotherly Love, and Universal Charity
In the church we can work, if we have families, in these we can work; and in the circle of friends with whom we associate, we can work. There is a powerful inﬂuence that accompanies a holy life, which will work good. And in this way all Christians can work, though they possess no Splendid talents, or occu py no official position in the Church. Ye are our epistles, said Paul, in writing to the Corinthians, written in our hearts, known and read of all men. 2 Cor. 3: Z. When Christians are like these Corinthians, they are a living gospel, and efficient worke in the vineyard of the Lord.
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