PERFECT UNION HEREAFTER
I have seen a field here and a field there stand thick with corn, a hedge or two has separated them; at the proper season the reapers entered. Soon the earth was disburdened and the grain was conveyed to its destined resting place where, blended together in the barn or sack, it could not be known that a hedge had ever separated this grain from that. Thus it is with the Church. Here it grows, as it were, in different fields, and even it may be separated by different hedges. By-and-by, when the harvest is come, all God’s wheat shall be gathered into the garner, without one single mark to distinguish that once they differed in outward circumstantials of form and order.
A. M. Toplady