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Let no man suppose that pro be divorced
from religion or that there is any platform written
for the ministers of reform other than the platform
written in the utterances of our Lord and Saviour
The world is sore at heart and full of suffer-
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ing and sorrow. Qnly a resurrecte-
can save it from utter ruin. Xhe gospel that
saved our own broken Southland from
pair at the close of the war between
states can again save our beloved citizens
from matenalism and sordid sejnsnness, ana
it can cure the broken peoples of Europe
and the other nations- of the world.
The call is to every Methodist to give till it hurts to the
The hour has struck for mighty things. The time is at hand
when the church must step forth in honor and with enthusiasm.
We appeal to all our people, small and great, to rally to this
Centenary Movement and demonstrate that the church of God .
has been established for the healing of . the nations. The task
is great, but) our great Leader has declared that all things are .
possible with God.
Rev, J. M. Ormond
C. E. Kramer