Universalist Quote of the Day #135

“What I wish to see, and what I think essential to our greatest efficiency and success, is that every man who calls himself a Universalist should cordially enroll himself as a member of our body, feel himself a part of it, and acknowledge his obligations to render it faithful service.  Mere hangers-on, idle, indifferent drones in any hive, are often a greater hindrance than help.  We want members, indeed: I desire to see our denomination large and strong; but, if this cannot be at once, let us make amends by being united and active, full of courage and vigor.  With such union and energy there is nothing really necessary or indeed desirable that we cannot do.”

–Rev. T.J. Sawyer

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