"...there are today so many churches with an attitude of great indifference to a creed, or a confessional standard, as meaning a real obligation for teaching. There is in the atmosphere today among the churches a dislike for "confessionalism." Individuals and churches must be "broad." _This means with most people that there must be no positive convictions along doctrinal lines_.How close and tender the love which the Lord bears to his people! Nothing is so mean as to be overlooked by the providence of God; and scarcely anything is so minute as not to be capable of either injuring or profiting the soul.'This is a hymn written before 1913 by Kate B. Wilkinson based on Philippians 2:5: "Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus." May the words be true for you today. God bless you.'"There is nothing more difficult, these times, than to keep the Church out of politics. And this difficulty is intensified where a Christian principle is at stake... This is not the Church's work: it is the province of the Church to knock at men's hearts and get the name of God written there – written there by the blood of the New Covenant..."Follow him as the Friend of sinners, who heals the broken in heart, and gives rest to weary souls, and casts out none that come unto him."