During the American civil war, one of the guards directed his gun at a soldier and asked him for the password. The soldier was confused and told him that he was a friend and not an enemy. The guard insisted for the password and finally advised the soldier to go back to the camp and get it. The soldier went back to the camp and got the password, which was Massachusetts. When he reached the border he said the password and the guard saluted him and told him that he could then cross the border.
Our password as the good soldiers of Christ is the name of Jesus and through Him, we can go to heaven and be in the bosom of the Father.
Your name is the sweetest name in the mouth of all Your saints.
Your name is a fortress. In it I enter and take refuge.
Your name terrifies the devils.
Through Your name, I win,
And all of heaven's gates are opened for me.
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