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Death and the Unhindered Kingdom

Should a man have a great vision of good work in the kingdom of God, and should he walk in the vision with conviction and full faith, and should he incidentally die before the work is done, has his work been in vain? It has not. It has not. It has not, for the kingdom of God does not stumble over death as human kingdoms do. The vision, apparently interrupted in the world by his death, is fulfilled—in him. At the death, the Spirit will have finished in the man of faith what the man of faith had started in the world.

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