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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 374

his own judgment and his own ideas to preserve unity of action. We have a noble captain and every soldier must obey orders. The meekness and lowliness of Christ always leads to unity and hence to strength in united action.—Letter 62, 1886, pp. 5, 6. (To Dr. J. H. Kellogg, circa August 2, 1886.)

Illustrated by Temple and Its Foundation—The word of God represents the power of the Christian church to be an individual dependence upon Christ and unity between the members. The union between the members of the church and the leader is illustrated by a temple and its foundation. The whole weight of the temple rests upon the foundation, without which it could not stand. So the members of the church of Christ are to build upon Him; for He is the only true foundation.—Letter 20, 1896, pp. 4, 5. (To Brethren Colcord, Daniells, and Faulkhead, August 25, 1896.)

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