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“For wherein shall it become known here that I and Thy people have found grace in Thy sight? Is it not in that Thou goest with us? So shall we be separated, I and Thy people, from all the people that are upon the face of the earth.” Ex. 33:16 Even so, Lord, as we stand at the beginning of another year let it be. For above all else, that we have found grace in His sight, is important. That such be known is paramount!

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It is plain from the caption above, that I do not refer to our conception of the Church as such. The mystical body of Christ, His Church of all ages which He, by His Spirit and Word, gathers out of all kindreds and ages of men, is surely none else than the body of believers and their seed—the elect. Concerning that there is, or at least ought be no doubt among us. About that our instruction in times past has suffered nothing in clarity. And therefore any other conception on this point must be branded unscriptural and unreformed. 

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As our churches become more and more engaged in mission work, this activity becomes increasingly a topic of conversation: among ministers, on Sunday evening visits between saints, even among the young people. Frequently questions arise concerning the methods that we presently employ and have employed, in Jamaica and in other places. The remark is even heard from time to time that one reason our mission efforts have been only meagerly successful is that we do not follow the Scriptural principle of sending out two missionaries to work the same field together.

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