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The Everlasting Covenant

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    No Fear of Molestation

    Suppose enemies attempted to oppose their progress? One could chase a thousand, and two put ten thousand to flight. That is, the power of the presence of God with any two of them would render them in the eyes of their enemies equal to ten thousand men, and none would dare attack them. There would, however, have been no armies to meet. Armies are raised and gathered together only for the purpose of meeting other armies; but in this case there would have been no invading armies. Two unharmed foot travellers would have entered a village or city, where people were engaged in their ordinary employments, and these two would have commanded as much respect from the citizens as though they had been an army of ten thousand men. So they could go about their appointed work of preaching the Gospel, without fear of molestation. The terror which their presence would inspire in opposers, shows the power which the message they proclaimed would have on hearts open to receive truth.EVCO 394.1

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