After the battle of Gettysburg, one of the most disastrous in the American Civil War, a man went into a hospital bearing with him aid and comfort which Massachusetts had sent, and he went around from cot to cot inquiring,
“Any Massachusetts soldiers here?” Not a word. Nobody answered. But by-and-by a voice cried, “No! only United States Soldiers here.”
So in the great campaign it is our glory and distinction, not that we are members of this or the other denomination; we are Christ’s Soldiers, carrying on His holy war against all evil.