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Christians are called to serve everywhere.
In a house of suffering, they administer consolation.
In a den of ignorance, they will offer enlightenment.
In a castle of pleasure, they will teach moderation.
On the brink of criminality, they will impede the falls.
In a charabanc of generic abuse, they will exemplify sobriety.
In dark hideaways, they will kindle the light.
In the fog of despondency, they will open the doors of encouragement.
In the inferno of hatred, they will multiply the blessings of love.
In the market-place of malice, they will distribute goodness.
In the courts of justice, they will put themselves in the place of the accused, so that he may examine the errors of others.
At every turn of the path we encounter suggestions from the Lord, challenging us to serve.
XAVIER, Francisco Cândido. Christian Agenda. By the Spirit André Luiz. Great Britain: Allan Kardec Publishing Ltd, 1998. Chapter 45.
“The study of the works of Allan Kardec is fundamental for the correct knowledge of the Spiritist Doctrine.”