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E. J. Pace
Pictures That Talk, series one (1929)

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Jesus said: "I am the vine, ye are the branches." As a branch of the old Adamic stock, I "brought forth wild grapes." As a partaker of Christ, I have been grafted into Him.  When I believe into Christ crucified, I was cut off, cut away from my former natural connections, and grafted into Christ, the living Vine.  E. J. Pace said, "Some time ago near my home in Florida I had occasion to visit a citrus nursery, and I asked the man in charge to show me how he grafted fruit.  He led me to the grove of young trees.  He then carefully cut from a little sapling a very small twig with a swelling bud at the end of it, and proceeding to another tree nearby he deliberately cut in the back of it a cross, and where the tree was expressly cut to receive it he deftly inserted the scion." 

A friend once asked Dr. E. J. Pace whether he believed in a personal devil.  The doctor replied with emphasis, "No."  The friend's only answer was a lifting of the eyebrows as though wondering at his heterodoxy.  The Dr. Pace proceeded to clear himself, saying, "I most certainly believe that there is a personal devil, but far be it from me to believe in him, for he is a liar and the father of lies, as Jesus said."