What a confession the above words imply! How deplorable is that condition of the church it sets before us'! The Saviour's latest and most important command unfulfilled, because there is not sufficient agreement among his professed children to act to gether! There are numbers enough; there is wealth enough; there is abundance of every requisite and supply: what a power the whole Christian church would be, all consecrated and united! What could they not do then! But alas! They are divided into numberless factions, and in many instances are wast ing their energies against one another, instead of laboring together as one united family; and the consequence is that the dark portions of the conti nents must wait for the enlightenment that the Lord's disciples could give them, until differences of opinions and variations of creeds may be adjusted and agreed upon. Meantime hundreds of thousands of human beings for whom Christ died are perishing every year, thrust into eternity without even so much as ever having heard the name of the true God, or of our Saviour Jesus Christ. Now the brother above quoted, like some others of God's children, has become impatient at this neglect, and In shame thereof and fear of the consequences he casts about to see if something cannot be done.