All who have been born into the heavenly family are in a special sense the brethren of our Lord. The love of Christ binds together the members of His family, and wherever that love is made manifest there the divine relationship is revealed.
Those whom Christ commends in the judgment may have known little of theology, but they have cherished His principles. Through the influence of the divine Spirit they have been a blessing to those about them. Even among the heathen are those who have cherished the spirit of kindness, . . . Among the heathen are those who worship God ignorantly,those to whom the light is never brought by human instrumentality, yet they will not perish.
But not to any class is Christs love restricted. He identifies himself with every child of humanity. His followers are not to feel themselves detached from the perishing world around them. . . . The fallen, erring, and the sinful, Christ's love embraces; and every deed of kindness done to uplift a fallen soul, every act of mercy, is accepted as done to Him.
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