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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			
             STATUS OF METHODISM AND CHRISTIANITY.             91

King of Commerce and the Lord of the Trade.   But he needs to secure
the Holy Bible and follow its teachings; he ought to learn the Ten Com-
mandments and the Golden Rule; he ought to take new lessons from
Sinai and Calvary; he needs to learn his lessons of human duty from
the model man of the ages, the man of sorrow, the Emanuel, very
God and very  Man.  When  he is baptized into the the spirit of
Nazarine, or follows the footsteps of the Fathers of the church; he
will then read his rule of life conduct, "As I would have the Negro
do unto me, do I even so unto him," there is the true solution of the
Negro Problem in this country. This rule was never known to fail.
It is a sure cure for all the differences in the races, it is the panacea of
the ills of humanity, and will bring peace out of confusion, light out of
darknesss, joy out of sorrow, harmony out of confusion. Then with
the Bible, Spelling-book and Bank-book in the hands of each of the
races, they can go to the ballot-box and cast their ballot for the princi-
ple, men or policy that may seem best for the best interests of the
whole people.   With this power in the hands of each, there will be
no reason for one to fear the other, for when the jury box will be
occupied by the representative men of both races; the true and tried
men, will hold justice by the hand; and the life, property and repu-
tation of all will be secured, by equal and just law, and executed by
men of honor and loyality to the constitution, to the Ten Command-
ments and the Golden Rule.



  THE EDUCATIONAL FORCES OF THE COLORED RACE.


    We now call the attention to the friends and foes of the Negro
race.
    To the report of the Commissioners of Education, we see it in
the signs of the coming day of deliverance from ignorance.   We see
the rainbow of hope, spanning the social, political and religious heav-
ens assuring us, and the coming generation, that we shall no more
be destroyed, that the waters that have covered our pathway have
receded, and  good will, between man and man, between master
and slave are restored.




			
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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism


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