Albert Leckie (1920-1988) came from Airdrie in Scotland. Saved early in life, he grew up in a godly Bible-centred home. At fourteen he took employment in a lawyer’s office while attending night classes in Latin and Greek. Albert never married, but devoted his life to the full time study and teaching of the Word of God throughout the UK and further afield. He was well known for leading many Bible Readings in Trimsaran, Largs, Eastbourne, Ayr and London. In this powerful, plain and Bible-based message Mr Leckie gives advice to the Christian who is wondering “To which church should I offer my allegiance?” Mr Leckie spells out the features of a scriptural New Testament “church of God” with great clarity and doesn’t mince his words when warning against the evils of denominationalism, clerisy and the ecumenical movement.