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gized of the Spirit of the living God. Every man who would enter into the plans of the Father of us all must do whatever work is given to him to do as though the whole burden of our duty rested upon his own shoulders. When we who now toil among these belated populations have been gathered to our fathers, the American occupation of the Philippines will have become history, and if it is history creditable to Washington and Jefferson and Lincoln and McKinley, it will be because the President, Congress, Philippine officials, and missionaries submit themselves to Him who worketh all things according to the counsel of His own will.
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