Thursday 9 January 2020

Be a Sincere Follower of Christ

CAPE ARGUS - 1939, January 28
Lines from Sunday's Service
“We are told that when the soldiers came to take Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, Peter drew his sword and wounded the servant of the High Priest. Here we have an instance of an outsider being wounded by a follower of Christ. Is not the same done today? By our actions and words, we often wound the outsider. The greatest force in India today, Gandhi, might have been a Christian if it was not for the way he was treated by supposed Christians when he visited this country some years ago. There are many people outside the Christian Church today who should be inside, because they have been put off and disgusted by the lives lived by so-called Christians.” – The Rev. Norman H. Pike, Methodist Minister, Woodstock.

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